HOG HUNTING VIDEOS WITH FEEDER LIGHTS
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FEEDER LIGHTS WITH THE POWER OF SPOTLIGHTS
The most popular questions I get concerning hunting hogs with feeder lights is do the feeder lights scare the animals and which colors (red green) are the best for hunting hogs?
In order to address these important questions I feel providing real world video and photos illustrates hog hunting with feeder lights at night the best. We use ONLY TEXASBOARS FEEDER LIGHTS, no other lighting of any kind is used.
THIS IS 100% FREE ROAM NON-habituated animals, NO high fence, NO CGI, No gimmicks no BS.
Taken in actual real world hunting environment no different than what any average hunter would faced with.
I will add this, I ain't no rookie at hunting hogs! I am an experienced hog hunter and with that experience I know how to "SET UP HOGS" consistently and reliably into my kill zones. The art of a successful and dependable "SET UP" comes with experience.
Notice, the 2 hog hunting videos below. The hunting videos illustrate the ability nad the neccessity to be mobile.
Taking advantage of this mobile platform allowed the hunters to choose different shooting positions on the same bait area.
We're working on new video.
When we get it, we'll put it right here.
There is absolutely no need for the feeder lights to run all night every night!
Set the lights up only while you hunt. This allows hunters the mobility to choose alternative stands to hunt with out having to purchase lights for each one.
HOW TO HUNT WILD HOGS WITH FEEDER LIGHTS
THE SET UP FOR EVERY HOG HUNTING VIDEO while using TEXASBOARS© Feeder Lights for the last 15+ years is as simple as outlined below.
#0 Always follow HOG HUNTING 101 BASICS - you can find this style of hunting outlined in detail in the TEXASBOARS FORUMS. PLEASE CHECK IT OUT
#1 Choose a good area to bait the hogs you'll be hunting - trails entering into open fields are often my top choice for hunting hogs at night for a lot of reasons.
#2 Get the hogs comfortable coming to the bait. Allow them time to establish a solid routine. This may take some time and can be the most difficult part in setting up a night time hog hunt.
*** Stay out of the area and don't spook or jump your hogs.
#3 Killing is easy! Drive your vehicle to the chosen ambush point. My preference is to park 100 to 200 yards away. At 150 yards, while waiting for the prey, I can listen to a faint stereo, text, drink sodas/coffee (so-on) and quietly carry on conversations with friends with no problems.
#4 Set your feeder light/s up at your vehicle on studio tripods (8 to 10 feet high) directly in your line of site.
or get in your stand and set the feeder lights up from in/on the stand. YES, from the stand. NOT on the feeder. I make real lights, not toys.
NO, there is no need to set your lights up in advance and have them run night after night while you're not there. They will not scare the hogs.
#5 Turn the feeder lights ON and leave them ON. Don't hunt in the dark! This is important, turn them ON and leave them ON for the duration of the hunt. You have lights so you can see. If you turn them off, you can't see. That's simple.
#6 WHEN THE HOGS COME IN, I simply rest my gun on the drivers side mirror and shoot'em. Or if there are 3 or more people and we're outside the vehicle we rest our guns on the hood and shoot'em. Keep it easy, simple.
* Nope, we do not try to hide, I/we park right out in t he open, daylight or dark.
* you can choose your blind as you see fit. In over 15 years my vehicle has been the best blind and by far the easiest to hunt from. Hogs, deer, yotes, bobcats, they all ignore parked vehicles for some reason (daylight or dark).
Last but not least, in every video you will notice, for the best illumination I try to gain elevation and place the bait on an opposing slope. So, yeah, this method works.