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South Pacific World Record Wild Hog Archery Kill Caught on Camera

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The 3-minute video was uploaded by PigmanTV and seems to be a popular video due to the number of views it has garnered.


Reference: PigmanTV on YouTube


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The video covers a hunting expedition by two men wearing camouflage in the lush rain forest of New Zealand. It is actually part of remote farm located in a forest, and the hunters were carrying a bow and arrow as their hunting tool.

Though not very common, it is not unusual to hunt wild boar with a bow and arrow. Like rifles, you can be far from the target when hunting with this kind of weapon.

The hunter looks very experienced with the bow and arrow taking only one shot to hit their target boar. It was a white one that was grazing in the open part of a path, not even under cover of bushes or trees. And with its size and light colouring, the hunters had no trouble spotting it.

“The hunter looks very experienced with the bow and arrow taking only one shot to hit their target boar.”

One of the hunter took aim and shot the pig, but it ran away after. The hunters needed to track it down by following a trail of blood. They finally found the boar lying on its side and dead. In the review of the video, it was shown that the arrow struck the pig on its belly, probably puncturing a few organs and that it bled out.

The hunters were so amazed by how big the boar was how long its tusk was, and one of them thinks that it was an SCI South Pacific pig based on the size of the tusks. They measured it to be 5 1/8 inches on the left side and about 5 1/16 inches on the right side.

The one who shot the pig commented afterwards that this was one of the biggest pigs he ever killed and that he considers this as one of his trophy kills.

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