Two days prior on this property, I made a very long stalk to try to catch some hogs moving across the far side of the north pasture, only to find that they had crossed over onto the neighbor's place by the time I got to them. So I returned and set up on the north end of the property and waited. Instead of a sounder from the northwest, I picked off a lone boar coming in from the southeast.
Later I moved back to my normal ridge top position in the middle of the property and managed to pick off a coyote at ~240 yards. I seem to have more trouble with coyotes than hogs or bobcats in terms of getting shots to connect, so when I shot at this coyote and it ran without me hearing an impact, I figured it was a miss, but he only ran a short distance before crashing.
Both of the kills were previously injured. The boar had a large gash in his side that was well healed and looked like a tusk cut from fighting. The coyote had half of its left hind food missing like maybe it had been cut off in a trap. The truncation of the foot was a very straight line.