We're an hour north of Berlin as guests of Outfox Clothing. They've created a hunting suit that filters scent, meaning you can closer than ever to your game. We're hoping to bag a few boar and roebuck on a stunning estate that is bursting with animals. As Ian Harford copes with hungry mosquitoes, Simon Barr is lucky enough to bag a young buck and a decent sized boar... but the boar runs and Simon has to run the gauntlet - searching in the dark for what could be a very angry pig.
We continue our European hunt as we follow Nick Latus in France. He's after boar, undertaking some population control on the young pigs. It's shooting from a high seat, but the action comes thick and fast with dozens of pigs walking into the line of fire. Then Nick's desperately after a keiler, but the weather and fading light may scupper his chances of taking his prize boar.
We've also got an interview with the new chief executive of BASC, Richard Ali. Wes Stanton asks him the pertinent questions in this news special. We get the new man's views on lead shot, compulsory testing for firearms certificates and the UK shooting community.
All this alongside the weekly Shooting Show news update leads to a full show to round off your Bank Holiday Monday.
Free Hog Trap Plans at http://www.DeerCampProductions.com This video shows an entire herd of wild hogs being bayed by dogs allowing the hunter to take a carefully placed shot with a 44Magnum. The wild hogs are vocal and their grunting gets louder and louder as we get closer to them. Ultimate Hog Hunting! Hog Hunting Boar Hunting.
WHAT A HOG HUNT! DON'T MISS THIS ONE!!! This has to be MY BEST HUNT TO DATE! The footage is pretty good Y'all. But what was better was the fact that this is what I love to do. LONG accurate shots. You have to wait for the animal to stop moving, you have a 1 second pause to take that "perfect" shot. If you are patient it may come to you. IT DID ME! I was shaking so bad. This hog affected me like no other has in years. I was out looking for a bobcat that was coming around to get the turkeys I was watching. I was looking to get footage of him more than looking to kill him. I've also been told, no bobcats, so they are off limits. Anyway, I came back to the blind from looking for the cat and a Bid Wild Boar was out in the field just waiting for me! I couldn't believe it! I took him with a 150-175 yard cheek to neck shot with my Stevens, Savage .270 and dropped him on the spot. He turned out to be a 220# hog. I really think Y'all will enjoy this one!