Since I'm new to tracking this kind of stuff for hogs I started to compile what I've seen since May 27 in our locale. Will be a fun thing to track and see if there is any method to the madness or useful info. It appears there are various metrics being used on solunar tables b/c I'm finding they contradict each other on feed times and 'good' vs 'best' hunt times. The Florida hunting license app is hilarious the best nights we have had were 1 star worst rankings and slowest were 'best'. Leave it to the state! Probably trying to discourage hunters to stay home. My rough sketch of the past month is that feed times were not applicable or off by so many hours not useful. New moon they came out much later and not as many....single boar here, pair, no sounders at all the past several nights. Full moon right at or even a touch b/f sunset see them out and in significant numbers with sounders abounders. Doesn't really matter I'm going out to hunt anyway, but the geekery is fun to track. For fishing here on the Gulf Coast the tide is of uber importance so I always focus on 1-2 days b/f and after new/full moon. ~ 31 years of tracking Snook and Redfish behavior and it's the only thing that matters more than low pressure systems/storms, sunlight, rain, bait choices etc just gotta have good moving water. Wind: I know I've probably been very lucky lately, but with swirling winds I've found myself in some very undesirable positions at times and it has not mattered one bit. My average shot has been 50 yards. I could have thrown rocks at them at times. When they are intent on eating rye in the fields they seem oblivious. Actually the best 2 nights we have had the past month were 10-15mph b/f storms. We walked downwind on a sounder b/c that was the only direction we could with the corner of the property fences. Closed to 20 yards just to see if we could and mag dumped. Weird. Any of you hog mavens have sumn to add please do as my edUmcaShun is ongoing. One thing is still the same though with the full moon.....deer are everywhere it's insane! I thought I knew how many were out, but dang. Can't go 5 minutes w/o seeing them on the 4-5 days around full moon. I've already set up a climber in a totally new spot from thermal observations where I saw two huge bodied bucks. Cool to see the little spikes lit up they are already showing. What do you all find where you are? Any pattern of any kind? The more time I spend at night with hogs the more it rings true with what I've read that a pattern is really tough to find. Probably be opposite next month!