sometimes it helps but not always, yet
There was over a dozen there coming in and out of the woods, some laying down and others doing the nasty as he put it. I grabbed my bow and knocked an arrow and told him to do the same. I said," stay right behind me, walk when I walk, stop when I stop". We stalked our way within 20 yards of the pack. Most of them moved into the tree line, then one came out, stopped behind a low palmetto and I whispered draw back.
He stepped up beside me and drew his bow, he held it for a good minute and the hog went back the way it came. He drew down, I could see a few hogs were now moving to our left with a 8 foot clearing where he might get a shot. I again told him," get ready, I'll try to stop one in the clearing". One came through, then another, he had one more coming through the same spot. I said," draw back". He was right next to me again, I stopped the hog "meep" it was 17 yards. The arrow was loose on its way and "Waap" he killed the tree behind the hog.
I said "what happened?" He said," I was shaking like crazy and I could feel my heart pounding throughout my whole body!" I chuckled a bit and asked if he ever felt like that gun hunting? He told me," not like that! That was awesome!" I finally got him in his stand, I said, they'll probably be back. He did have a few come close, but couldn't get the right angle past the shooting rail. Needless to say he didn't get anything but he said he's never hunting with a gun again, unless it's turkey season. I would say he's hooked!