This is a follow up of my last post where I took down one of a pair of young boars. I went back out to the same location but sat in a different spot because of the wind. So this one boar appears on the ridge overlooking my feeder and the smart SOB sniffs out the other two locations I use before he circles around to the feeder! My first shot hits the neck and drops him but he's back up and running off after a few seconds. Luckily I was able to drop him for good with a second hit through the spine. I'd seen him on the game cam for several days and am pretty sure that he's the second one in the pair I saw before. His mistake was venturing out before the full moon had risen up over the tree line. I'm hearing more hogs in the creek but they just aren't moving around much yet. Maybe these cold fronts will change their behavior. I'm ticked off at my Trail XP50 because several of my recent videos have been recorded in that super fast motion format that I've heard other users complain about. For the life of me I don't know what sequence of events causes it to do that! Anyway at least I can still take pictures with the phone. This guy was all hair, only weighed 130 and very small cutters. He looked much bigger in the scope.