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Feeder Light for Hogs #8087912 12/13/20 07:28 PM
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Anyone have a suggestion for a hog light for feeders? Thermal scopes are little out of the budget....

Re: Feeder Light for Hogs [Re: Sauerkraut] #8087928 12/13/20 07:43 PM
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Elusive Wildlife has some of the better ones on the market but their still expensive plastic lights but they work and you can kill pigs under them.

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They work, I’ll check my brand.

Re: Feeder Light for Hogs [Re: Sauerkraut] #8087940 12/13/20 07:55 PM
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On Amazon, look for the better rated solar lights.

I'm not saying they're perfect, but, at low power, they'll stay on all or nearly all night.


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I buy mine from Harbor freight and they work just fine. They sell a solar one for close to 20 bucks and they have the motion detector that lets you know if anything is moving around there by getting brighter. Been using them for years...

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I've used this one for 5 years now. About $50. Still working and it sits under my feeder in the varmint cage year round. When I hunt,
I set it on bright light and motion detection. That way the lights only come on when something is under the feeder.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/MOULTRIE...g-Light-w-30FT-Radius-MFA-12651/34456736


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i have the same one as Mr.T they are $ 40. on ebay works great

Re: Feeder Light for Hogs [Re: Mr. T.] #8090490 12/15/20 05:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Mr. T.
I've used this one for 5 years now. About $50. Still working and it sits under my feeder in the varmint cage year round. When I hunt,
I set it on bright light and motion detection. That way the lights only come on when something is under the feeder.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/MOULTRIE...g-Light-w-30FT-Radius-MFA-12651/34456736


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Re: Feeder Light for Hogs [Re: syncerus] #8091814 12/16/20 04:50 PM
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Originally Posted by syncerus
On Amazon, look for the better rated solar lights.

I'm not saying they're perfect, but, at low power, they'll stay on all or nearly all night.

We put a few of these (green) out this past weekend and they lit up the feeder area pretty well. I put 2 of them about 15-20 yards in front of my feeder about 20-25 yards apart from each other and could see anything around the feeder without needing a scope.


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