Rick Philippi sends a game camera pic of a raccoon that misjudged the situation when a big wild boar came up.
Recoveries; Some Times It’s Easy, Some Times It’s Not! This time was textbook good. But The Duck’s perfect shot helped.
This Is One Of Best Bowhunting Videos I’ve Ever Seen! … Robert Hoague. New Zealand Bowhunter BJ Holdsworth takes us into the wilderness to bowhunt Wild Goats, Chamois and Wild Boars. This is bowhunting on video done right. I recommend your checking it out right now.
Further back in the brush behind the three wild hogs that were passing by him Robbie saw a hefty black hog on the same trail. Robbie waited.
You don’t know the true measure of a portable ground blind until you get inside and hunt from it. I did … and I have a surprising report for you.
A little before last light I heard steps in the woods behind the blind. Soon a lone hog stepped out of the woods.
After the show I received a text from Boar’s Nest hog camp that they had recovered my wild hog in some mud on the edge of a small pond not far from where I shot it.
Three of the hogs were mature and the rest were younger. When I ranged them at 20 yards I was good to go. However, the smaller young hogs were in front of the larger three and I did not have a shot. So I waited for an opportunity.
ArrowTrade’s Tim Dehn Watched Wild Hogs Walking Through The Palmettos and Florida Scrub Trees. Tim Did Not Have A Shot … Until…
The advertising promo read, “In Sights Nutrition Hog Products take your hog hunting to the next level.”
Clesson Cottrell can do no wrong today and two more wild hogs get their pictures taken and go on the skinning pole.
Hunting wild hogs with a bow can be scary sometimes. Dangerous even. And that’s how it was today.
We took pictures of Clesson and his big wild hog in the morning. And after the day’s hunt Clesson had a big surprise for us.
Today began with a bone chilling -3 degree wind chill and ended with a Celebration for one of the Minnesota guys.
Wild hog hunting in our area runs hot or cold. Sometimes they just are not in the area. But they are now.
| Intro | 1st Hunt | A couple of weeks ago Collin Cottrell invited his dad and uncle Scott to be our guests to bowhunt wild hogs on our Texas deer lease. Collin and I had a little work to do to be sure they had places to hunt as well as some wild […]
The cedars were dense where i saw the two monster wild boars. So i needed to move. Here’s what happened.
Collin Cottrell helps me get set up to bowhunt wild hogs this spring and summer. First we go to the Point.
I’m not talking about any hog, this wild boar was enormous. Surprisingly he didn’t make hardly any noise
I go to the Hammer Hole area … on the right day, at the right time, for wild hog action.
WILD HOG BOWHUNTS 2013 Wild Hog Bowhunts is sponsored by, ThermaCELL, Sometimes the only way to start something is to hold your nose and jump in. I say that because I simply haven’t made the time to bowhunt for wild hogs so far this year. Recently during a business conversation with Collin Cottrell we finished […]
Suddenly he heard noise in the thick palmettos. Another boar was coming and when he saw Colton the boar charged.
The wild boar came out of the brush 10 yards from me. When I drew he saw me and angled rigto me.
Some of the wild hogs came out of the woods and a spotted one and black one had a short, loud fight. I watched, waiting for one of them to get broadside.
These hogs were close, less than 10 yards. Carefully, I reached down and picked up my bow. The hogs were filing under the fence.
To watch more area I moved the SpyPoint camera across the narrow opening where I could see see where the wild hogs were coming from.
Wild hogs in our area move up and down the river. They are “Here today but gone tomorrow.” The quickest way to find out if they are “here” is with game cameras.
Sky Watkins and I checked game cameras for wild hog activity. It wasn’t hard to find, hog pictures were on all the cameras. We picked out an area with hog traffic every day for the last two weeks and set up a pop up ground blind. Then Sky and I returned at 6:00 in the […]
The hog was laying still, sleeping. Collin eased up to 15 yards. The hog’s head popped up. It looked right at Collin and growled. And stood up.
Robbie Cramer had only been in his tripod a short while when he heard wild hog traveling noises in the woods behind him. It took a while for the hogs to make it to him and when they did about 20 medium sized hogs walked into the small open spot in front of Robbie. Some […]