The trail camera picture here shows a big wild boar covered in mud from a nearby windmill pond. The black spot on his right cheek and another on his body on the opposite side make him easy to recognize. I would estimate his live weight at 300 pounds plus. He's been visiting one of my feed troughs for about a week, but always in the dark with a herd of sows and piglets. I've only seen this big boar once in daylight in three years of catching his image on trail cameras. Maybe this is the year he slips up and makes a visit in daylight. If you kill a big, old vampire boar like this in daylight hours, it's a trophy to be celebrated just as much as a big buck. Old boar hogs make few mistakes in daylight, and their sense of smell is keener than a deer's. I'm hoping by the end of this deer season, most likely when the temperatures have cooled noticeably, I can finally put an arrow through this monster and set his bleached skull with pearly white tusks on my bookshelf.