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I have been twice to the chambers ranch in sabinal Tx. Its a bow only ranch but the number of hogs on the ranch is awsome. No trophy fees, bunk house included with the hunt, lots of exotics, Fallow deer, black buck, lots of rams, aodad, turkeys but no javalinas. Had a great time both trips.
 

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I know of several places. Just got back with Mohawk from hunting the Venado Grande Ranch just 10 miles south of Bracketville. Lots of hogs there. You can e-mail me for the info on the places I know of if you like.
markc :grin:
 

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Hogs in Texas

http://www.graf-hunting-guides.com/ Check Klint Graf out. My brother,a friend and I hunted with him a couple of years ago in the Pearsall area. He had some good ranches. We were happy with the effort and the hunting areas. The accommodations were nothing special but the food was good. We had some problems due to the weather (very rainy) but We felt he did as much as he could to get us into animals including taking us 85 miles to put us on a ranch that was fairly dry. We asked for an extra day (because we were driving from Pa. and wanted more then a weekend there) before hand and it didn't cost a lot extra. He was willing to work with us for what we wanted to do. All in all we had a good four days of hunting.
 

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Chambers' Ranch

Thumbs up for Chambers' Ranch near Sabinal, Tx. Dozen's of successful hunts there by self and others from the shop!
 

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Texas Hogs

You can't go wrong with a trip to S. Texas at the Agirita ranch, outside of George West, Texas. Contact Bill or Tanner Ham at
(361) 566-2748 Tell 'em Vern sent ya. They will take real good care
of you.
Olevern
 
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