Don’t waste battery power or risk giving yourself away by scanning for pigs with the light. When they come, you’ll hear them squealing, grunting, and with a little luck, munching on the shelled corn you’ve put out. Good binoculars and a little moonlight should allow you to see their silhouettes as they work closer. By the time they move into bow range, they’ll be loud enough to stir the dead. Cast your light beam into the sky and gradually bring the halo edge of it down to the pigs, to where you can just see them. If they tense up or bolt, don’t move—they’ll come back to the corn. Once they settle back in and the porker you want quarters slightly away, draw your bow and hit him with the full light beam. Arrow him through the heart, and start planning the next night’s barbecue.