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#5605547 - 02/17/15 11:31 PM Hog hunting tips part 1
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I tried something a little different. If you like it let me know, maybe this will be easier to understand than me just writing about it here. Hope it helps someone out there.



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#5605568 - 02/18/15 12:02 AM Re: Hog hunting tips part 1 [Re: Texaslawman]
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#5605693 - 02/18/15 07:02 AM Re: Hog hunting tips part 1 [Re: Texaslawman]
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Very nice. Thanks for putting this together and sharing.

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#5605783 - 02/18/15 07:50 AM Re: Hog hunting tips part 1 [Re: Texaslawman]
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Helpful, Yes!

Now I'd like to see other big time hunters come here and agree with the content or add their perspectives so that additional learning can occur.

The important thing you've done is provide scenarios and visuals that can be discussed clearly, a lot of times forum posts are too broad and that's when topics go sideways but here is an opportunity for other pros to weigh in.

I unfortunately don't qualify to add anything but I'm eager to check back for more comments saying yeah that works most times or nah I'd do this because...

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#5605901 - 02/18/15 08:40 AM Re: Hog hunting tips part 1 [Re: Texaslawman]
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#5605908 - 02/18/15 08:42 AM Re: Hog hunting tips part 1 [Re: Texaslawman]
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Great job! Thanks for taking the time to put it together. That took some planning and thought. Thanks! cheers

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#5605931 - 02/18/15 08:52 AM Re: Hog hunting tips part 1 [Re: Texaslawman]
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Very good video ,thanks for putting it together
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#5606462 - 02/18/15 12:54 PM Re: Hog hunting tips part 1 [Re: Texaslawman]
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#5606655 - 02/18/15 02:40 PM Re: Hog hunting tips part 1 [Re: Texaslawman]
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Great video!!!
Lots of good advice grin

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#5607251 - 02/18/15 06:55 PM Re: Hog hunting tips part 1 [Re: Texaslawman]
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Great video TLM. You discussed this same information to me years ago and it has helped me improve my hog killing tactics. Glad you shared this info with everyone


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#5607398 - 02/18/15 08:16 PM Re: Hog hunting tips part 1 [Re: Texaslawman]
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I must admit, great video TLM. Most folks either don't know/care or don't think about things like this, they just start shooting. Nice to see there are those/others out there who actually put some thought into what they are doing before they do it. up
Thank you for pointing out the need to be quiet after the shot, not just right after the shot but zip it the whole time. Good video sir. cheers
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#5607566 - 02/18/15 09:38 PM Re: Hog hunting tips part 1 [Re: Texaslawman]
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Very easy to understand video. Thanks for taking the time to make it.
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#5608608 - 02/19/15 03:10 PM Re: Hog hunting tips part 1 [Re: Texaslawman]
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TLM, can you give any tips of how you approach the fields in the dark? Are you parking a long distance away. Are you using night vision or any special light(red/green).

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#5608659 - 02/19/15 03:39 PM Re: Hog hunting tips part 1 [Re: TXHuntFish4]
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Originally Posted By: TXHuntFish4
TLM, can you give any tips of how you approach the fields in the dark? Are you parking a long distance away. Are you using night vision or any special light(red/green).


I use night vision and thermal to drive and spot using no visible light sources at all. Typically the hogs are spotted pretty far of and then I stalk up on foot downwind. There are times when you come right up on them I just drive on by like they were not there. They will usually go back to feeding as they think you can not see them at night. Then I'll circle back around on foot, this also keeps them from being scared of my vehicle. I try not to shoot from my truck if possible Do not want them to relate it with danger.

Of course thes tactics will work in the day or at night with a light, but with night vision and a suppressor they are more effective.
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#5608778 - 02/19/15 05:11 PM Re: Hog hunting tips part 1 [Re: Texaslawman]
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up Very good info, keep the videos coming !!

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