Bird and Wildlife viewing
Hog and Javelina Information
Season: Jan 21, 2021-March 31, 2022
HOG & JAVELINA OFF SEASON HUNTS
This is how we do
our Hog and Javelina hunts:
We have 4 pastures with a number of baits and lights set up in
according to your group size, we give you a pasture to hunt in. I run a pre-determined corn route for the javelina
in the morning and re-bait the hog barrels during the day while you are stalking javelina. Hunt hogs at night under
one of our Baitlights® Each light will have a timer and will go on from dark to midnight. If you want to hunt at a
different time, I can re-program the light.
Lincoln Ranch is a 2340 acre ranch located 25 miles NE of Laredo, Texas. Established in 1987 for bowhunting
only, it caters to groups of up to 8 hunters. Accommodations include a large lodge-style building with a central living room
and four bedrooms (4 beds in each room), each air conditioned with its own bathroom. Adjacent to the lodge is a
kitchen and dining facility where you prepare your own meals. A lighted target range and walk-in cooler are also
located on the grounds.
Our season is in February and March
Included in price:
1. Use of tripod stands
3. Lighted practice range with targets
4. Walk-in cooler and skinning facility
5. Use of a "baitlight" with tripod.
2. Bed linens, pillows and towels
3. Transportation to and from pasture. 4WD, tire plugs and sealer advised.
4. Corn for javelina hunting
5. Vehicle gas (no station within 32 miles) Fill up before you arrive.
6. You may bring a chair for mobility (for hog baits or javelina sendero hunting)
7. License required
Restrictions: (see Rules also)
1. You are allowed to hunt over a lighted bait (baited daily by ranch personnel.)
2. You may shoot one javelina and unlimited hogs. Do not shoot more in one sitting than you want to track or take care of. There is a fee for extra chance at your javelina if you wounded and not recovered it. If you draw blood, then that is considered a kill.
3. You may furnish your own corn to hunt javelina or buy from us at ranch . You can sendero feed to try to pull javelina out of brush for stalking.
5. No hunting without having a Release of Liability on file.
6. Cross bows allowed only if upper-limbed handicapped (Ranch rule)
7. If you shoot it you must take it home or eat it here.
Call 830-459-2280 (Karl's cell)
1. Groups of 7 may reserve whole ranch.
2. Once you have called to reserve a time we must immediately receive ˝ of your total fee to guarantee your space. We take PayPal, Venmo, Visa, MasterCard, AMEX and Discover.
3. Please pay the balance when you show up for your hunt. A confirmation letter and map to ranch will be mailed once we receive your deposit. Hunt days are from 11 AM to 11AM.
Cancellations and Special Pricing:
Deposits are non-refundable
Age 15 and under: half price.
General Rules/Information for Hog and Javelina Hunters
Arrival & Departure:
Please plan to arrive after 11:00AM and before dark the day of your hunt.
Text or call me when you hit the gravel road since I may be out baiting
Check-in at lodge for signing liability release and orientation and final payment
We ask that on your last day, clear your room, refrigerator, and food shelf off by 10:00AM and depart by 11:AM so that I may clean it for the next group.
Pasture and Baits:
You may only hunt the baits I assign. 2 baits per hunter
No driving all over the pasture at night. Report to your bait and return to the HQ whenever you want.
Do not add anything to the baits and do not tamper with them!!
Leave barrels as you found them so I know if they’ve been hit.
You may move any tripods around the bait but do not move to another bait without asking.
Do not shoot hogs or javelina and not recover. Make a serious effort to find your game.
All javelina need to be recorded with hunter’s license number.
Do not set up on property line.
You may take a firearm in the pasture. Do not wear it around camp.
Report any illegal alien activity
Hunters are responsible for their own transportation to and from the pasture. It is advisable to bring tire sealer and plugs, extra fuel if staying for an extended time.
Please respect artifacts, like arrowheads and petrified wood, and leave them on the ground.
Hunters are responsible for their own sheets, pillows, towels, and food
A kitchen complete with pots/pans, stove, microwave and coffee pots are there for you to use, as well as BBQ pits. Bring trash liners to put you game in. I have a Keurig coffee machine.
Please be considerate of other groups and keep kitchen clean, wash your dishes and put up!
Keep food, coffee pots and coolers out of room because they may leak.
Butt cans are furnished. DO NOT THROW BUTTS ON THE GROUND or in the pasture..
Bathrooms are in your rooms. NOT OUTSIDE because there may be women around
I’ve got a bunch of lost tripods that weren’t returned! If you see one out there, flag it, and let me know
No hunt-day money refunded if you leave early. I reserve the right to send you packing if you don’t respect my rules. Thanks, and good luck on your hunt.
From our hunters:
"Just a short note to let you know what a great time we had down there.
My son and I look forward to a Texas pig hunt trip every year. “Michigan winters can be brutal.”
What a great time we had, the facilities are the best we have experienced in my 15 years of hunting south Texas.
Chris was an exceptional host and made sure we were all comfortable and happy.
I cannot say enough about the trip, We will be back hopefully in February 2013"