I saw two sunday am, real early down it the bottom where its thick. They moved into some brush. I didn't see them again for about 30-40 min. but was looking down there pretty regularly wondering where they went and if I would get a shot. This one was moving through about a 10 foot clearing on some rocks. I shattered a rock right next to him with the first shot. He was shocked, having a rock break apart right next to him and probably pieces hit him. It made him pause and the second shot went through his shoulder and out the neck on the other side.
Just doe/spike whitetail season left here now, and quail, those are good besides waterfowl, that season is still going too. We get two javelina per year and I got two this year where I"ve been hunting. I've heard they are closely related to the guinea pig. They don't stink that bad to a pretty sinky guy like me at least, although some people call them a stink pig.
I'm getting some more javelina sausage made.