I was only in the stand about 35 minutes Sunday evening when a group of hogs came in to my North feeder at 200 yards. They came in around 3:30 and with no corn on the ground I had to act quick. I was able to get on a boar as he was leaving and dropped him in his tracks.
Right at dark I had a group of black hogs come in to my bow feeder setup. I couldn't make out head or tail so I just waited for them to group up and let er rip. I heard the loud squeal followed by growling as 2 of them ran in front of the blind in the brush before heading out of sight. She must have gotten a partial Texas heart shot and couldn't move her rear legs when I found her and had to finish her off with my glock.