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Just a quick teaser from my hog hunt yesterday here in MO. Click HD for best quality. It's a bit grainy due to low light but worth a look. Full video coming soon.
- Robin
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The weather in KS didn't look great for a last chance spring turkey hunt this weekend, so I gave in and allowed myself to admit spring turkey season was over. My attention is now on the hogs here in Missouri that has been filling my trail camera cards up lately. The cameras showed plenty of hogs at each spot so Tina and I set up a ground blind and settled in. It didn't take long before a HUGE lone boar was coming down the trail to us. I have killed a lot of hogs but never have seen cutters like this boar has. Unfortunately he saw or smelled something out of place and left. But before long, it sounded like a stampede headed towards us and plenty of targets were just 5 yards away from our blind window. I picked one out and the arrow hit right where I was aiming. We lost the blood trail in the dark but went back this morning and found the boar had traveled only another 40 yards from our last blood and a bit under 100 yards total. Tina gets the credit for the tracking as she found him by following spatters of mud in the leaves. These hogs here near home are a catch 22 for sure. Fun to hunt but not a welcome intruder. They are doing a number on the landowner's pastures. I am sure this is just number 1 of many to come off this property between now and deer season.
- Robin
#hotshothunts #ishootxpedition #vortexoptics
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I'm way late in posting this. With that said I would like to thank Billy W. again . I managed getting to the turkey woods one time this spring. Wow kinda strange writing that but from weather, work and darts I just didn't make the time! But the one day I got out was productive. Billy and I left his house at 515 drove 5 minutes and was back at the house by 630! Wasn't the best mourning weather wise and only heard 2 gobblers and we setup in a wet Illinois swamp that I never dreamed a big gobbler would walk through! But sometimes it's just meant to be in the outdoors. It didn't take him 5 minutes to navigate the wet mess. He wasn't my biggest bird but he was the quickest. It left plenty of time to catch a mess of fish! Thanks again Mr Wheeler.

Eric G
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