Summer time heat has the pigs held up on the creeks and tanks during the heat of the day. I've been walking the creeks and slipping up on the tanks during the mid day heat and finding a good many in the water. At night I go to hay or wheat fields and slip up on them with night vision. The pigs destroy the round bails in such a manner that you can't haul them if ths bails are left in the field for very long. Wheat fields that once had yearling cattle turned out on them are a strong draw for pigs at night if there is ample shade and water within a half mile or so of the good source . One particular field has well over a hundred hogs a night in it. there will be about 7 groups of them and rarely do two groups merge. This makes for lots of opportunity as you can shoot one or two pigs from each group before that group gets spooked enough to leave the field for the night . lighted arrow knocks are extremely handy for arrow retrieval on pass through shots. Normally u can slip up to within twenty yards on a dark night but forty yards is about mass on the bright nights. when I hunt the hay bails there isn't normally but one group on them. Shoot one and they will just move down a couple bails see. I have learned a lot during the past month about pigs and shooting them with archery equipment. I have done some field testing on different broad heads on the big Tiddlers with the extremely broad shoulders and thick sheids. As a result I have totally result I have changed what I now put on the business end of my arrows. I hardly hunt the same creek or field back to back. Normally I'll make a circle that takes there days befors hunting the same area. This couple with the now keeps them pretty worry free. At least till the government boys come in with their helicopter and killem all in a couple days time.