Flydown and I were headed to TX on the 31st-2nd but since he had a change in jobs, he wasn't able to go. The Guide, Skeet Jones was kind enough to get me in contact with another Arkansan that wanted to go, but was on the waiting list. We got together and met and realized neither of us were deranged, psycopathic killers (Except for coyotes :wink: ) and we took off. Skeet has over a million acres to hunt in W. Texas and you couldn't meet a nicer guy. We got there on the 30th and got settled into the house we were put up in. Got a little rest and talked to Skeet for a few hours. Then the next morning, we take off to get rid of some pigs on a ranchers property. He has been having problems with the roads getting tore up and needed a little payback. We were happy to oblige. It was 40 degrees and wind was about 20-30mph and to rough to call coyotes in the daytime. To set the stage, here is the hunting rig we were in for the weekend. This is a night hunting setup for coyotes. we rode around with a gunner in the chair looking for hogs on the first day. (we saw well over 35 hogs, but they were usually a good ways out and the wind was to strong to take long shots.) We took turns riding around in the chair till one of us got something or missed something. Luke, the guy that went with me, saw the first hog but it was across a "creek" namely the pecos river. lol.... He killed the hog, but we had no crossing without driving 30 miles around to get it. Lesson learned on that one and the idea was to get rid of some anyway. I was up next, we rode for a bit and then I saw some feet under some mesquite, turned out to be some Javelina. So I got one. :thumb: Was a little guy, but he was the 1st of many critters to take a dirt nap. Shortly after, Luke spotted some more pigs to the right and he shot another one. He hits it, but it wasn't a kill shot. No blood to be found and after about 3 miles of walking, we take of for the next ones. It was my turn. :wink: We pull up about another mile and I see a hogs butt sticking my way out of a mesquite tree. I could make out the right ear out of the scope in the shadows and made a head shot. This hog was about 75yds out to the 1:00 from the front of the truck. Never knew what hit it. --- Headshot--- After that one fell there was 2 more that split from the other side of the bush. I got another one at 100yds with a running headshot and then the other one went down at 150 with a vitals shot. I got a triple on the first hogs I have ever killed. Thank goodness for the AR15.... After that excitement, we drove a little further with Luke in the seat and we flushed 2 coyotes and he shot at them. He missed on both though and that was that. We flushed another pair shortly and he got one of them though. Skeet was also getting involved after we saw a huge sow cross behind us. We put the spot and stalk on her. Here is the pic from the first day..... The 3 small hogs and the Javelina were mine. The hogs were about 125lbs, the big one was close to 250lbs. This is luke in the picture next to his coyote.