Me and my wife Cortni are bow hunting together for the first time! It’s really cool to share this time together sitting quietly just watching nature do its thing! Maybe we’ll get to see something worthy of shooting!
This is prolly the biggest hog yet with my bow! I spot and stalked this big sucker from way off and got on him about 20 yards! Clean pass through with the arrow, he went 45 yards and was smoked! He weighs around 300 lbs. And his teeth are bout 3.5 to 4″ long! I took em to the taxidermy to get a shoulder mount!
OK, I went out to do a little spot and stalking on some hogs here at Freestone County Raceway! And I seen some so I approached them. I got about 17 yards or so from them. They were head down eating berries in the waist high grass so they had know idea I was there! I drew a bead on one and smoked em with the Z7 Mathews bow! So I sat and watched all the others running around in the grass. Then proceeded to go take a picture and find my arrow in the tall grass before dark. As I’m taking a picture the others come back to me and my bow is sitting in the seat of my Ranger! So I had my glock 9mm in my pocket (since I was at the ranch by myself) and put a bead on the leading hog and smoked em head on! Then it went broadside and I shot it again. Another smaller hog ran towards me and I smoked it too! I hate to say it I hate shooting my guns at them, cause it always seems to blow them out for a while in that particular area. And I don’t like to ruin my bow hunting! But as anyone who knows me I’m like Jesse James with a pistol so nothing was getting by me. Whats done is done and it was fun! I am kind of bummed because I have a HD gopro camera mount on my bow. But I forgot the appropriate attachment for it! It would of been some cool footage!
I went out with my bow and walked and stalked up on a huge pack of hogs in the evening and shot 2 hogs with my bow and then 3 with my AR15! It was one hell of an adrenaline rush! All that is in the pic is the 2 I shot with my bow and 1 with my AR15. That really helped in the Management of the population.