video: [ame]https://youtu.be/x5Py9WvNAho[/ame] Giving my buddies a hard time about "patterning" hogs. They pattern them and then get surprised when the hogs don't show up, so I am promoting the 1-time event patterning concept. If a hog shows up, maybe it will be back, LOL. This one did come back, so I got lucky. He came in behind the feeder and didn't even come to the corn. Instead, he was doing his security checks (stop, listen, sniff) when I decided to go ahead and take him. The shot entered below the right eye and exited below the left, basically going through some light bone and sinus cavities, nothing vital. However, the hydrostatic over pressure seems to have caused the 205 lb boar to stoke-out, blood coming from his right ear. He didn't even twitch much. Called my neighbor and he picked it up after it was gutted. It will be going to a local family after it gets finished at the processor next week. Except for the gut pile, the buzzards and coyotes will be disappointed.