The Brush Country of South Texas is not only home to huge whitetails, it is also home to wild hogs, javelinas, bobcats, coyotes and a number of other animals which may be hunted every day of the year. Hunting these animals can be a great challenge. Our hunts take place on several different large ranches totaling 18,000 acres located close to the town of Pearsall, Texas (60 miles south of San Antonio).
Hunting takes place during late afternoon/evening hours when these animals are most active. Methods of hunting wild hogs and javelina include spot and stalk, safari-style and still hunting over corn feeders and baited ranch roads.
Coyotes and bobcats are common in the Brush Country of South Texas. We do not offer a Predator Hunt package at this time and we do not take our hunters out specifically to hunt Predators. However, our hunters do run across and take a good many coyotes and bobcats while hunting for hogs and javelina.