Verrry nicely done with great information.
When I take a newbie hunting at night for the first time, I always tell them basically the same thing.
And how to wait, wait, wait quietly for the OK and count.
Then I show them kill zone pictures and discuss shots and angles.
Sometimes it feels like the whole stand is shaking while we watch them and wait for others, hopefully anyway!
One thing I might add is if you have determined the alpha, try to take her out first.
If there are two hunters, the alpha and her second or just the other big pig.
Sometimes when you drop the alpha, the smaller pigs will run in a circle around her as if waiting for directions for a few laps, then bolt when they figure it out.
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