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When "Old School" is what you need
When "Old School" is what you needAuthor: Luke Clayton
Posted: July 16, 2018

Classic Old School RuckSack meets the need! With todays rapid advancements in technology we often abandon the tried and true methods of years gone by in search of the "better mouse trap". Taking a step back and a good luck we often discover the old timers had it right! We've taken a step back and designed the ultimate gear bag for todays hunter.

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Shadow Games Night Hunting Hogs
Wild hog at nightAuthor: HOGMAN
Posted: November 25, 2017

SHADOW GAMES---Understanding and meeting the challenges of night hunting wild hogs.

SHAD.OW / SHado — A dark area or shape produced by an object coming between rays of light and a surface.

Think about this very simple definition for a second… now lets apply it to hog hunting methods that use visible light to accomplish the harvest.

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50 Shades of Green - Understanding The Need/Application of Night Hunting Lights
Visible light wavesAuthor: Hog Man
Posted: September 22, 2017
Night hunting light basics, understanding the application of night hunting technology to improve night hunting success rate.
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Tell-Tale Signs Of Wild Hogs In The Area
Tell-Tale Signs Of Wild Hogs In The AreaAuthor: Hog Man
Posted: June 25, 2017

Signs of Wild Hogs in the Area--How to determine if hogs have made their way to your property.

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So, Where Do I Aim For The Quickest Kill?
So, Where Do I Aim For The Quickest Kill?   Author: Luke Clayton
Posted: May 08, 2017

It is important to understand a few things about the wild hog’s anatomy in order to consistently kill him, regardless of the weapon. Through the years, I’ve lost more hogs from shots that were too far behind the shoulder or too high into the shoulders than any other shot placement. Hogs carry their vitals a bit farther forward and lower in the chest cavity than deer. A hog’s heart is very low in his chest.

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