Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by cls74, Aug 17, 2019.
What part of Arkansas do you plan to hunt at?
Our club owns a cabin just north of Hazen right on the border of Wattensaw WMA.
We mostly hunt right there at Wattensaw.
Might as well toss them in a barrel with a lid on it.........
Back at it again tonight, waiting on the hogs. Brought the bow, stabilizer light and thermacell. Buddy is in another stand with a rifle and motion light. Hoping it pays off tonight!
There is blood fellas!!!
You get them both?
That’s awesome. I hope you brought plenty of arrows!
Yea. Got the momma and the babies came back. Fast action!! I'll take some better pics here in a bit
Neck shoot them so they don't go far. A hogs hide /shield is tough as nails.
Nice work kj!
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Felt good to get some arrows bloody!
Now whose next?!?
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Spent another 4 hours today out scouting. Found some good sign and jumped 2 deer right near some water bedded down. Should of brought a cam with me to set one up in there.
Congrats KJ. Keep slinging them arrows!
Their gestation period is 3 months 3 weeks 3 days no lie. They are breeding machines. I grew up raising hogs, ran usually at least 30 head of sow and buncha lil ones. We sold feeder pigs. We averaged 12 pigs a litter and most I’ve had one sow birth was 16
Mathews HTR, Sword 5 pin, Truball release, Goldtip XT hunter 300, QAD 125 gr Swept, QAD rest
I need to find more sheds for my dog. She destroys them
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Yeah, it's crazy man. I've already watched babies have a set of babies this year lol. One of cameras had as many as 23 pigs in a single frame. They are out of control right now on my lease. I feel like I'll be slinging arrows at pigs come opening weekend
Hats off to you sir! I believe this is the first kill of the 2019 thread!
Put an asterisk next to it since it's hogs! lol
No asterisk needed, this is live from the stand. Deer, turkey, chupacabra, coyote just doesn't matter
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