Summit Treestands
night shooting
Hogs
Contributors to this thread:
Skippy 11-Mar-17
dm/wolfskin 11-Mar-17
t-roy 11-Mar-17
t-roy 11-Mar-17
INbowdude 11-Mar-17
Skippy 11-Mar-17
Buffalo1 11-Mar-17
Skippy 12-Mar-17
dm/wolfskin 12-Mar-17
Buffalo1 12-Mar-17
dm/wolfskin 12-Mar-17
dm/wolfskin 12-Mar-17
dm/wolfskin 12-Mar-17
dm/wolfskin 12-Mar-17
dm/wolfskin 12-Mar-17
PA-R 12-Mar-17
Skippy 12-Mar-17
dm/wolfskin 12-Mar-17
WV Mountaineer 12-Mar-17
Skippy 12-Mar-17
dm/wolfskin 13-Mar-17
From: Skippy
11-Mar-17

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Did some night hog hunting with my bow mounted light, what a blast!! Shot 2 could only find one. I think I hit the second one right on the shoulder, not much penetration. Found the arrow with about 6" broke off the end.

From: dm/wolfskin
11-Mar-17
They can go a long ways without much blood on the ground.

From: t-roy
11-Mar-17

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Was this spot and stalk or over a bait/waterhole skippy? Good job either way!

My buddy's mom in Oklahoma shot this in one in the middle of the night right out of her front door.......Rifle kill though ;-)

From: t-roy
11-Mar-17

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Better pic
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He says they have been tearing up some of his pastures pretty bad recently.

From: INbowdude
11-Mar-17
Wow, that's an impressive hog. Good for her!

From: Skippy
11-Mar-17
Got barrels chained to a t post with holes in them. Pigs roll them around to get corn out. They hang out for hours pushing the barrel

From: Buffalo1
11-Mar-17
Skippy,

What is the greatest things you have learned from your experience of shooting pigs at night?

From: Skippy
12-Mar-17
Hunt the wind, if the winds not right you have no chance. Use a bow, it's the only way to shoot multiple pigs in one group. Nice cutters on that one T-Roy.

From: dm/wolfskin
12-Mar-17

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A good night. I could have shot a few more but one is enough but three is a lot of cleaning.

From: Buffalo1
12-Mar-17
DM/wolfskin- you've got some serious "axe heads" on the end of your shafts!

Great pigs- just the right eating size too.

From: dm/wolfskin
12-Mar-17

From: dm/wolfskin
12-Mar-17
190 and 165-grain broadheads with a 51 # longbow. I probably pull 48#.

From: dm/wolfskin
12-Mar-17

From: dm/wolfskin
12-Mar-17

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From: dm/wolfskin
12-Mar-17

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From: PA-R
12-Mar-17
dm/wolfskin, nice video, did you male your light mount, like to have on to mount on my bow? Peter.

From: Skippy
12-Mar-17
What type of light do you have on your bow? Love the videos

From: dm/wolfskin
12-Mar-17
The light mount came off a gorilla tree arm that I modified and is mounted on a strap on adapter for a bow fishing reel. The light is a Kill light 100 from Elusive Wildlife Technologies.

12-Mar-17
dm is a cold blooded, hog killing machine.

From: Skippy
12-Mar-17
That is the exact same light I have mounted on my bow with a rail that mounts under the stabilizer,this puts the light right under the arrow.

From: dm/wolfskin
13-Mar-17
I can put my light under the arrow but if I want to film I use this setup. I also use a 250 light in my hand while looking for pigs. Once I find a pig I switch to my bow light. My arm got tired when just using my bow light while scanning.

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