Why don't you shoot the ones with curly tails and thin coats?
Quote from: Mr.P on December 09, 2020, 01:13:29 AMWhy don't you shoot the ones with curly tails and thin coats?All I can do is smile. Something I decided a long time ago because they remind me to much of domestics,When I shoot one I wanted to look the most wild possible, long furry tail and the thickest coat ( here they don't really because it's always warm )
At least you are seeing the sows. That’s pretty cool right there. Just a matter of time before your boar shows up. Good luck! Do you hunt smaller game than the pigs?
Well, more like my time has been taken by other things,Summertime was very hot and pigs disappeared to higher elevations,October came and winds went completely slack and at the same time suf started to pump,November was the same for the first 2 weeks, Trades have now come back lately improving hunting conditions mightily,I was at my blind Wednesday and 2 very, very nice sows came to the feederVery nice dark grey full coatsI was carrying my MAX ML .25 and I could easily have taken one and posted a kill here but I decided to wait, if you are patient enough those sows will be in heat at some point and very likely will drag a Big boar one day with them to the feeder.To be continued.......
Went to my bling today with the intention of shooting the grey boar if he showed up alone,He did, I watched him eat for 40 minutes and just couldn't take a shot at him,towards the end 2 more pigs came in but they looked real spooked like if it was the first time they enter the area, they where there and away in a flash.
Didn't have the willingness to.