You never know what will happen when you go javelina hunting, so it’s a good idea to be flexible if you run into the unexpected. I actually just got back from a javelina hunt in New Mexico and I have good news: I punched my javelina tag! Today, I’m going to tell you how the hunt went, a couple of lessons I learned, and share a few recommendations for you to keep in mind if you want to go javelina hunting in the future.
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What We Covered
1) How things went on my New Mexico javelina hunt.
2) Overview of the various javelina season options in New Mexico.
3) A few things that were essential to my success.
4) Things to keep in mind if you ever go javelina hunting.
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