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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.
They can go a long ways without much blood on the ground.
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 ;-)
He says they have been tearing up some of his pastures pretty bad recently.
Wow, that's an impressive hog. Good for her!
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
What is the greatest things you have learned from your experience of shooting pigs at night?
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.
A good night. I could have shot a few more but one is enough but three is a lot of cleaning.
DM/wolfskin- you've got some serious "axe heads" on the end of your shafts!
Great pigs- just the right eating size too.
190 and 165-grain broadheads with a 51 # longbow. I probably pull 48#.
dm/wolfskin, nice video, did you male your light mount, like to have on to mount on my bow? Peter.
What type of light do you have on your bow? Love the videos
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.
dm is a cold blooded, hog killing machine.
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.
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.