There are a lot of Boar around my area at the moment, with several distinct family groups that seem to have moved in to feed on the chestnut, beech and acorn harvest. I have been watching this group for some time, but have had no luck from high seats, there has been no activity during daylight hours looking at my cameras, and stalking them at night in the woods is very challenging with all the leaves on the ground at present. I bagged this one last night having tracked the group for about 2 hrs using TI along the wood margins from an adjacent field. I chose a clearing on their projected path with a good safe backdrop, and simply waited until they appeared. Shot taken on sticks at about 90 yds from adjacent field hedgerow, using NV. Hit was behind left ear and there was plenty of time to take the shot as they were all busy slowly rooting around. Many thanks to my farmer mate for the quad and trailer extraction - it would have been a long drag out. I hope I got the one that trashed my lawn the other night!!