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Moonshine Feeder Light #6008694 11/03/15 07:12 PM
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Don't know if anyone has experience with the Wildgame Innovations Moonshine Feeder Light -- the reviews I found were mixed, so I bought one and tried it out, and wrote up my own review for what its worth: http://www.rackandrange.com/feeder-light-review/


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Re: Moonshine Feeder Light [Re: SCP] #6010195 11/04/15 02:04 PM
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I have a couple bought one on amazon and another at academy. I think they give sufficient light. I actually have 2 set up for one feeder from what I've seen they will give me enough light to positively ID a hog or coon and get a shot off, granted I'm only shooting from about 40-50 yards away. I will actually get my first chance this weekend to actually see it in action I set them up and left them for a week to see if the critters will get used to them. I'll try and get some pics of them in action and post em this weekend. elmer


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Re: Moonshine Feeder Light [Re: SCP] #6010323 11/04/15 03:12 PM
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I'm not a big fan of them not bright enough and And the coons rip the lights out of the sockets.


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Re: Moonshine Feeder Light [Re: YanceyTX_Hunter] #6012041 11/05/15 01:27 PM
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I think the animals get used to them pretty quickly, if they are bothered by them at all. As soon as I put mine up deer came around and tripped the light and weren't spooked, they just hung out. I imagine it would be the same for hogs.


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