We have no doubt that archery hunting is in trend, and this is the wild boar waiting mode. Team waiting
This time, Jorge Peraza, the equipment is all about waiting for a wild boar with a bow.
To be able to tighten the arch without being seen, to take advantage of the distance between the holm oaks.
The difference between seizing the chance to shoot or not is ideal archery site placement.
What makes our place as great as possible is the proximity to the piece.
Our wild boar waiting post usually walks about 15-25 meters on average, causing the slightest mistake to derail our wait.
I use Pasión Morena clothing, known by all for the quality and comfort of its goods made in Spain, both for traditional hunting and for working in the armory.
Bowtech 360 Bow at 70 Pounds
I use a Bowtech 360 bow at 70 pounds, Limbdriver arrow rest, and Vaportrail strings.
To wait, you don’t need to use too much power, although it always helps.
I generally recommend that you use the full power with which you can easily strain it.
Opening a bow at a shooting range or in a tent is not the same as sitting on a tree-stand four meters high on a cold winter night.
The arrows …? I do use the house at Victory. They are of decent quality at a fair price.
I am now testing the new Victory RIP, heavier than standard Victory tubes and smaller diameter to ensure penetration, always feathered with 2″ Bohning feathers, ideal for any hunting tip stabilization
Tips and nocks
I like trying new tips, but there’s no lack of GrimReapers in my quiver.
I don’t play it to wait, and I use the Hades fixed tips or the modern hybrid tips that offer a spectacular result (two mechanical blades and two fixed blades).
You can’t skip the luminous nocks while waiting for arrows (I use Nockturnal) to make sure where they have gone. This helps to understand where the animal was struck and determine how long to wait to start the piste.
Dental floss to control air direction
Although I’m not an odor freak, I’m an odor that always hunts with the air in our favor.
For that, I use dental floss, more durable than the usual pen, attached to the stabilizer.
You always monitor the direction of the air with a glance.
Binoculars, rangefinder and backpack
When hunting with a bow, knowing the exact distance to the target is important, as are good binoculars.
With a Leica Geovid, I combine these two points with the consistency and precision of measurement in a single instrument.
A good backpack helps us to bring to our place everything we need.
The viewer, an 8-pin BlackGold, isn’t ideal for waiting (a single pin is ideal or a basic three), but I’ve got it for all purposes, mostly stalking.
The ideal is to hunt with the person with whom you feel relaxed.
At least the pin we’re going to use to fire in the dark must be illuminated.
Spot hogg trigger
The Spot Hogg trigger helps me, while waiting, to leave it hooked and ready.
It is typically more difficult for those with pliers to hook into the loop of the bow in the dark, but this does not mean that they do not work.
Open hooks are also a good option.
A good cover is mandatory
A good cover that allows us to carry all our equipment to the hunting area is mandatory for the transport of our bows.
Onca technical clothing
I use Onca technical clothing for bow hunting, another Spanish business that is opening up a world void in technical hunting clothing.
I use bi-elastic pants and an Onca Fresh shirt in this situation. For the summer, a great package.
Olight Warrior Lantern
A 900 lumen Olight Warrior is the flashlight I use.
It has four positions of intensity that allow me to play with them according to the various hunting situations.
Also, you use it as the ideal pisteo flashlight by removing the button, and you have the option of using filters.
I use a filter that’s red and green.