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GAME ALERT® Night Hunting Module vs. hog feeder light
GAME ALERT® Night Hunting Module vs. hog feeder lightAuthor: HOGMAN
Posted: November 11, 2017


 


 Patented GAME ALERT® night hunting module provides 

"advantage hunter" when night hunting, Checkout the blog comparing the GAME ALERT® night hunting  module to common hog feeder lights. 

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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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The Clean Kill: Where to Shoot a Hog
Hogman Outdoors- Where to Shoot a HogAuthor: Hogmanadmin
Posted: March 30, 2016

Rifle. Bow. Handgun. Lightsaber. Whatever your choice of weapon when taking on a wild hog, there are a few things to understand about the troublesome, but oh so tasty, beasts.

Most hunters heading into pig killer territory are deer hunters looking for some action in the off-seasons. Which makes perfect sense given that feral hog hunting is allowed in most areas year round!

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