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    Nice pictures! Always enjoy reading your posts.

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    We depart in about a week for the gator and hog bowhunt. Ive had the gator bow setup for a while and have been shooting it. For the hog portion of this hunt I will use my usual Bowtech. The gator bow is an old Oregon brand bow I added a big game reel to. Its set to 55 pounds draw. I designed and 3D printed a mount for my Ultimate Predator Adventure cam (like a GO Pro but better)








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    Ive been experimenting with metal arrow slides rather than the tip. Plastic ones and a variety of fish points.



    For the hog portion of the hunt Im falling back on a tried and tru Woodsman. Ie taken hogs and deer with them in the past with great results. All of these have passed through one species or another and have been re-honed and ready for service. With the adapter, they are 150 grain.

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    I use the innerlock grapple points for stingrays. They work great for that but I dont know how well they would penetrate a gator. Probably not well. But when fired from my hydrostryke pro at 65 pounds they bury deep and sometimes the whole way through a 40 pound stingray.

    From hat I have been told you need a point that removed from the tip of the arrow once it goes into the gator. The arrow is purely sacrificial when shooting gators.

    Are you planning on using safety slides for the gators?
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