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 Post Posted: Tue Jul 24, 2018 11:53 am 
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This is the hog hunting video of the 400 pound wild boar we shot. WARNING this is a graphic kill video.
As you watch the video there will be a comparison segment with 2 photos demonstrating the size of the hog up against a mature deer standing in the exact same spot. At the haunches the hog is as tall as the deer.
You may also notice, that hog is at war with the raccoons.
07-08-2018
VAN ZANDT COUNTY TX
BLACK POWDER, 50 Cal
120 Yards.
TEXASBOARS FEEDER LIGHTS

CLICK HERE TO PLAY MP4 Video 40 MB

THE SHOT PLACEMENT

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Horizontal cross-hair is placed across the middle of the hog.
Vertical cross-hair is placed on the front leg.
This is picture perfect. Head down, front leg back. The hog is almost assured to not make any sudden movements, frontward or backward, in this position. This is exactly how I taught this guy to do it. The results speaks for itself.


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 Post Posted: Tue Jul 24, 2018 5:15 pm 
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WOW - love it!!! Thanks for posting! I have one question - he's 400 lbs., did y'all by chance measure the length while hanging up, from rear hooves to end of snout? I'm curious just how long he is. The 210 pounder I shot this year measured an even 6 feet from the points I mentioned.


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 Post Posted: Wed Jul 25, 2018 8:31 am 
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Was it really humid? I love the vapor trail from the bullet.


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 Post Posted: Wed Jul 25, 2018 1:48 pm 
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Mark is 6'3" :o He had to reach up high to get his hand on the back leg.
From the back feet to the nose would have been just short of 9 ft. The hoist lifts a bit over 9 feet with the gambrel on it. We got the hog about 6 inches off the ground before it maxed out. So it was almost 9 feet
It was wider than the tailgate on my chevy truck, from snout to butt end. :crazy:
This particular piece of property (Colfax area) has the biggest hogs I've ever encountered.
This aint the biggest running around there. This hog was around 3 to 4 yr old max. It would have had another year of good growth :? May have wound up close to 500 pounds at his prime if he had lived that long. :lol:
That kind of length and 52 inches girth makes for a lot of meat. This hog was tender and ate really good. I think he had found a protein feeder somewhre in the area.

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 Post Posted: Sat Jul 28, 2018 9:01 am 
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That is a great video, I really like the slow motion shot.


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 Post Posted: Sat Jul 28, 2018 10:08 pm 
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That is a monster hog right there. He was getting fat off of somebody's feed!!!

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 Post Posted: Sun Jul 29, 2018 12:25 pm 
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TEXASBOARS wrote:
Mark is 6'3" :o He had to reach up high to get his hand on the back leg.
From the back feet to the nose would have been just short of 9 ft. The hoist lifts a bit over 9 feet with the gambrel on it. We got the hog about 6 inches off the ground before it maxed out. So it was almost 9 feet
It was wider than the tailgate on my chevy truck, from snout to butt end. :crazy:
This particular piece of property (Colfax area) has the biggest hogs I've ever encountered.
This aint the biggest running around there. This hog was around 3 to 4 yr old max. It would have had another year of good growth :? May have wound up close to 500 pounds at his prime if he had lived that long. :lol:
That kind of length and 52 inches girth makes for a lot of meat. This hog was tender and ate really good. I think he had found a protein feeder somewhre in the area.

9 feet! Lol Look like a volkswagen with tusks comin thru the woods. I better elevate my stands lol. Thanks for the info!!!


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 Post Posted: Fri Aug 03, 2018 6:39 am 
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Really nice video and nice shot.


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