Posted 24 February 2010 - 08:13 AM
I like the camo. Stay low so that the pig wont see your outline. You will have to blend in with the brush. They say that pig can't see you and that they don't have good eyes. But they have GREAT EYES, NOSE, and EARS. But the pigs get busy rooting that's why they won't see the hunters moving in. And the pigs are LAZY. If you see a pig bedding, that's the easiest way of sneaking up to them. They don't want to get up. When the pig are rooting, The pigs move around a lot so you'll have to make a quick shot. I'm getting into pig hunting with a bow as well. The only thing is looking for a place to hunt that holds pig. About the quarter at 40 yards. You won't hit the quarter unless you practice a lot of times. BUT the GOAL is if you have a smaller target, you will concentrate more on the small target than the whole target and YOU WILL GET CLOSER GROUPING. TRUST ME on this. It is the best way to shoot a target. I usually go to Walmart to buy the orange sticker targets costing $4 dollars or so. And I buy a pork shoulder. I'll shoot the small target on the pork shoulder. It's the cheapest way of target practice for me. I don't have a taret bag so I shoot againts a side of a hill.The broad head I use is a Magnus Stinger 100 and 125 grain. The 100 and 125 grain shoot the same and they fly great. I really recommend you these broad. I shoot the flour blade due to having more razor blade. There is also the Magnus Stinger Buzzcut. Both stinger and Buzzcut are around $30 dollars. They have a life time warranty. I shot and hit the shoulder bone and the broadhead are still entact. It cracked the bones and one got stuck in the bone. I dugged it out and it flew the same. Really recommend these broad head.But I'm still at work so write some other time. Hopefully these tips help. Let me know how it goes.