Javelina Hunting Season Guide

Overview

Javelina hunting seasons are specified for different units, with some units having multiple, short-term seasons, and others offering a more extended period. Additionally, a statewide season provides a broad range of hunting opportunities.

Unit-Specific Seasons

  1. Unit 28:

    • December 9 to December 13
    • December 30 to December 31
    • January 6 to January 7, 2024
  2. Units 29, 30:

    • August 15 to February 15
  3. Units 32, 36, 37:

    • August 15 to February 15

Statewide Season

  • Statewide Hunting Season:
    • April 1, 2023, to March 31, 2024

Conclusion

This schedule presents a detailed breakdown of the Javelina hunting seasons for various units, including specific dates for Unit 28 and extended seasons for Units 29, 30, 32, 36, and 37. The statewide season offers a year-long hunting opportunity, accommodating a wide range of hunting plans and preferences. Hunters should consider these timelines when planning their Javelina hunting trips.

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