I have a wild pig coming in my archery range. Ya not that smart right? So I put a camera up and started throwing some corn out every couple days. He's been coming in every night for a while now, with an occasional night off. I sat for the third time tonight and had him at twenty yards but quartering to. Then at 30 quartering away. I stood slowly, drew, and settled into my anchor. I hit my light (it was late dusk and too dark to see) and he bolted. Never came back. I waited about an hour then slipped outta there. We shoot that range pretty much everyday during the week (it's at work). He doesn't seem too affected by human scent. Any advice on getting a shot on him? Did I not wait long enough to get him settled in? Is the green light stabilizer I got not a good idea? I've seen the feeder lights that come up real slow, but I don't have a feeder out. I just toss some corn out on my way home at night. Obviously I went from really excited to really disappointed tonight lol. But that's hunting. It was still awesome to finally see him on the hoof. Any advice from you experienced hog hunters out there would be appreciated.