I've worked as a volunteer guide on several occasions for the Texas Parks Parks & Wildlife youth hunt program. On a deer hunt in November there was one father/son that impressed me. So I talked to over with my pig hunting partner and decided I offer to take them pig hunting. So on the December 26th the hunt took place. We started off by hunting from a deer stand. We didn't see and pigs but Joseph and his father, Anthony got the chance to practice working with my Thermals. Which played dividends later on. So started a number of hours driving and scanning multiple properties. Luck with us on this bright moon night. As Anthony put his found skills to use and spotted a lone Boar on the prowl for a mate. The stalk was on as we worked out way through pecan trees trying to get a clear shot. Lucky for us the wind was in our favor but still the boar popped out of some brush about 100yards from us. Joseph quickly put my 6.8 up on the shooting sticks and whispered he was focusing the thermal. I talked him through shot placement and Joseph patiently waited for a clear broadside neck shot. Bang, the big boar dropped with a single shot to the neck. He made a great shot. I taped the pig and according to the measurements it weighed 269lbs.