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In early November 2019 on a 24 degree night a large sounder of hogs was rooting at the back of a field. We walked over a thousand yards to get them. We stalked within 90 yards of them and then dropped the hammer. One shooter's gun jammed so the results weren't as good as we would have liked.

Our 2nd annual WeHuntSC.com Veteran's Hunt was a hit! This video is the recap of the soldier's stories and the story of the hunt.

This coyote was taken in early November, 2019 in upstate South Carolina. Coyotes have been running the creek howling like crazy and entering the corn field looking for mice, rabbits, and other animals to prey on. These coyotes did not want to enter the field, but after about 40 minutes of calling back and forth with them they finally came to the edge and one entered the field.

In late October 2019 the temperature made a sharp turn over the weekend and got cold. It was 80 degrees on Thursday and 38 degrees on Friday night. The temperature dropping combined with a recently cut corn field was the perfect scenario for coyotes being on the move. We called this coyote in with a FoxPro call and handled him with a Pulsar Trail XP-50.

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In late October 2019 the temperature made a sharp turn over the weekend and got cold. It was 80 degrees on Thursday and 38 degrees on Friday night. The temperature dropping combined with a recently cut corn field was the perfect scenario for coyotes being on the move. We called this coyote in with a FoxPro call and handled him with a Pulsar Trail XP-50.

These hogs were taken in the upstate of SC in mid-October. The farmer has recently cut the corn fields and the hogs are out late at night rooting up the fields and eating leftover corn. In this specific video the lead hog smelled or saw us and busted us and took off hunting before our shooters were ready to shoot!

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This hog was taken in the upstate of South Carolina in early fall 2019. While out hunting the Spartan Game Camera notified us that hogs were on the corn. We were 10 miles away and instantly relocated to the hogs and recovered 1 of the big ones. The other ran down into a swamp. Hard to beat the technology combination of Pulsar thermal imaging and network connected Spartan Game Cams!

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This hog was taken in the upstate of South Carolina in early fall 2019. While out hunting the Spartan Game Camera notified us that hogs were on the corn. We were 10 miles away and instantly relocated to the hogs and recovered 1 of the big ones. The other ran down into a swamp. Hard to beat the technology combination of Pulsar thermal imaging and network connected Spartan Game Cams!

These 2 hogs were taken in the early fall of 2019 in the Great Falls area of South Carolina. Chris Melvin, owner of Pin Oak Taxidermy, guided the hunt and positioned us in a cutover with a corn feeder that's been getting a lot of hog action lately.

The gear used in this hunt was an Anderson Arms AM-10 308 topped with a Pulsar Trail XP-50. We scanned with a Pulsar Helion XP-50 and shot Hornady Super Performance 150 grain 308's. Hogs are becoming a real problem in our area.

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These 2 hogs were taken in late May, 2019 in Chesterfield County, SC on some farm land that borders a river. The farmer has recently planted the fields with corn and soybeans and the hogs are on the move.

This video shows 2 hogs taken from the exact same location just hours apart from each other. We are shooting 308's with Pulsar Trail XP-50 thermal scopes on top.

The first hog in the video was one of our good friend's first ever hog. He's hooked now!

This hog was taken in late June, 2019. Farmers have recently planted their crops and they are starting to break through the surface of the ground and the hogs are on the move. We caught this solo boar rooting up the freshly planted crop field just after midnight.

Footage shown in this video comes from the Pulsar Trail XP-50 thermal scope.

This hog was taken in late June, 2019. Farmers have recently planted their crops and they are starting to break through the surface of the ground and the hogs are on the move. We caught this solo boar rooting up the freshly planted crop field just after midnight.

Footage shown in this video comes from the Pulsar Trail XP-50 thermal scope.

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Allie Crouch had been wanting to go hog hunting and shoot a hog with her grand dad, Chris Melvin, for some time. After a few hunts where things didn't line up, Allie stayed consistent and was able to get the job done.

Footage from the hunt brought to you by Pulsar's Trail XP-50 thermal scope.

A local farmer called us with hog problems and so we put out the Spartan game cam, got some recon, and headed in. This hunt happened in mid-June 2019 on a weekend with somewhat cooler temperatures. The hogs were there upon arrival and we set up on them and shot until guns jammed or clips were emptied. We recovered 5 hogs, but counted 8 that were hit as they ran back into the swamp.

Needless to say the farmer was pleased with the results.

Footage in this video comes from Pulsar Thermal optics. Trail XP-50 rifle scopes and a Pulsar Helion XP-50 thermal monocular.

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In mid-June 2019 we tagged along with Pin Oak Taxidermy owner and Great Falls area hunting legend, Chris Melvin on a hog hunt. Chris has hogs on his property and he had them coming in on a schedule. This hunt had 30+ hogs on the feeder at the same time. Chris likes to be selective and isn't out to shoot as many as he can.

Footage from this hunt comes from an iPhone and Pulsar thermal optics, Trail XP-50 rifle scopes to be exact.

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On this hunt, crew member Adam Smith guided his father to his first ever hog! This hunt happened in early June right before the farmer planted this field in Chesterfield County, South Carolina. The farmer has been prepping the ground and the hogs can sense the dirt being turned over!

Footage in the hunt comes from Pulsar thermal optics. The scope on the gun is a Pulsar Trail XP-50 and the monocular footage is from the Pulsar Helion XP-50.

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This hog was was taken in late April, 2019 in upstate South Carolina. The sounder of hogs has really done some damage to this farmer's field. Video shows two different hunts with the larger boar in the pics on the second hunt.

These 2 hogs were taken in mid-May 2019 in the Sandhills of South Carolina. Local farmers have just planted their fields and the hogs are looking to root them. We were called in to assist.

On this hunt we only recovered 2 hogs, but believe we got 3 or 4. It's tough to find them down in the swamp so we abandoned the recovery mission so as to get the hogs to the processor quickly.

We used Pulsar Trail XP-50's and Pulsar Helion thermal monocular for scanning.

This video tells the story of a hunt in mid-May, 2019 in the sandhills of South Carolina. The farmer had planted his corn field about 2 weeks earlier and hogs are already starting to show up. While watching a group of hogs on side of the field these 2 slipped by us before we noticed them. As the corn crop grows more hogs will start showing up. The farmer says please stay after them!

Footage from the hunt comes from the Pulsar Trail XP-50 scope. We are shooting 308 on carbon fiber tripods.

These hogs were taken in mid-May 2019 right after the farmer had planted the field. On this specific day there was a storm passing through and it rained the majority of the hunt... we got soaked!

These hogs were taken using Pulsar Thermal optics, Trail XP-50's, on top of AM-10 308's.

This hog was the second hog taken on a Friday night hunt in early June, 2019. We had just taken one hog and drove through a field where we have a Spartan Game Cam. Not too long after driving through the camera sent a notification so we turned around and made our way back to the field and the hog was there. We made quick business of him.

Footage in the video comes from Pulsar Trail XP-50 thermal scope and Pulsar Helion XP-50 thermal monocular

Chester area taxidermist and avid hunter, Chris Melvin of Pin Oak taxidermy, has recently had hogs invade his property and he's adapted by getting a Pulsar Thermal scope and started handling business!

This hunt occurred in late May, 2019 in the hot and humid midlands of South Carolina. Chris leveraged a Spartan camera to help denote trends in the hog feeding schedule + a large corn feeder to get them right where he wants them. He got this 300+lb hog just before midnight. Congrats Chris!

This wild boar was taken in early June, 2019 in the Sandhills of SC. Farmers have planted their fields and really want us guarding their freshly planted crops. This big hog came strolling through a field after dark and we made the farmer happy. This hog weighed in the 250 pound range.

AM-10 308's were used in this video with Pulsar Thermal Optics (2 Trail XP-50's and Helion XP-50 monocular) sitting on top of them.

This coyote was taken in early June, 2019 in Chesterfield County, South Carolina. After shooting 2 hogs near a freshly planted corn field we relocated to another farmer's land where he is having problems with coyotes. We called and within 10 minutes the coyote came bounding in and circled us. We had a tough time seeing him due to the high brush but we finally got it done.

On this hunt we used a FoxPro call with Pulsar thermal optics (Trail XP-50's and a Helion XP-50 monocular) sitting on top of 308's.

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