Shoot Type: African & Miscellaneous
Pig Hunting in Crockett
I was sitting in a tripod stand around 7:30 A.M. The little piggies started running out to feed, but they were real jittery and kept running off– looking into the woods over their shoulders as they ran. I could hear rustling and noise and thought I was going to get a chance at my first big hog. Not to be, out of the woods came 5 white, 2 black and 2 brown rams. Even before he stopped to graze, I knew which one I wanted. He was the biggest of the group… when he finally settled he was facing left and quartering away at 17 yards. I drew my Jewel and took aim behind his shoulder, low mid body. I let loose and a poof of orange dust let me know I had hit my mark. This was my first Ram and he was a Hawaiian Black Gold Medal, scored 106 and is 24″ from tip to tip. I sure do enjoy the power and control I have with this bow because that is how you shoot like a girl!