Buying hog hunting gear can be intimidating. We’ve chosen our favorite products to make it easier to buy for yourself or the hunter in your life.
What is the best riflescope for hog hunting?
You want the best performance in low light conditions as well as a lower power magnification for quick target acquisition in your sights when choosing a riflescope for hog hunting. These recommended models are designed for short to mid – range shots.
What are the best binoculars for hog hunting?
Hogs are wary creatures and it is imperative to spot them from a distance. Larger magnification and objective lenses allow plenty of light and detail to be seen from a greater distance.10x42, 12x50 or for long range hunts the 15x56 are perfect options.
What is the best rangefinder for hog hunting?
Hunting hogs in daytime typically means further distances and a 40 lb piglet at 50 yards looks similar to a 300 lb boar at 200 yards. Bushnell’s Prime and Nitro LRFs provide accurate ranges to make your decision to take the shot easy by providing a ballistic solution for over 2,000 off-the-shelf ammo, telling you exactly how much to hold or dial your scope in MOA, MIL, IN or CM.
What is the best trail camera for hog hunting?
Once you’ve found some signs of wild hogs on your property you can get to work with a feeder setup or add your trail cameras near a wallow or path. Keeping an eye on activity over time can ensure you know where the hogs are going to be next. Trail cameras are perfect for guiding hunts or keeping the hog population from overtaking your land.
What is the best night vision scope for hog hunting?
The hogs are going to be moving at night so a proper night vision setup is needed to prep for the moment you site them in. A monocular is perfect for carrying or mounting so you’ll be ready for the shot. Bushnell’s night vision monoculars can be mounted right on your gun and are just the right range to ensure you’ll be ready for when the hogs move your way.