South Texas feral hogs are a popular game animal during the year,
but are also a difficult animal since they are mostly nocturnal.
Hunting is usually limited to bright evenings when the moon is full
or close to full. An alternative is to hunt by artificial light
such as a flashlight or flood light. The lights are placed
on a 10' T-post 10 to 15 feet from a hole in the ground filled with soured corn.
The hole is then covered with a large rock or piece of concrete to
keep other varmints from eating the bait. They may also be
placed shining on a corn feeder.
These hog hunting lights uses a single head with 6
constant intensity LEDs to illuminate the bait area with very low power consumption
only during the dark hours.
The battery is charged daily using a solar panel. I make a green
and white light version. They all have a galvanized finish. The light is set and left for the hog-hunting season. Rifle
hunters may consider using a scope with a lighted reticle to
aid in placing the black crosshairs on black hogs.
to replace. No wires to get in the way. The Bait Light® has
been very successful on the Lincoln Ranch in South Texas.
I used your hog Baitlight on our ranch, and we were very
impressed with the results. We had hogs under it right away, and this looking at them
from a box deer blind 125yds. away which we didn't have any problem
seeing and harvesting some. Our ranch is a south Texas hunting ranch located between
George West and Freer, TX. We would highly recommend the Baitlight to any rancher or any
hunter that wants to harvest
Bill Morgan, MEW Ranch
single high-output light head. Operates during dark hours only
battery recharges daily by solar panel
life LED technology
"T" post mounting in 60 seconds.
Light on bottom is able to aim straight down.
view on vertical axis. 270º view on horizontal axis.
6 nights without solar charge in case of overcast.
few materials needed for installation. Flat or Phillips
screwdriver, 1/2" wrench, compass, ladder, "T" post driver and
a "T" post. You may also mount it to a 4x4 wooden
post by drilling through back of box.
****Battery and solar panel included****
uses: These lights may also be used to light walk ways, remote
cabins, landscaping, and signs. There are many uses too numerous
installation: On the Lincoln Ranch the Bait Light® is set
10 to 15 feet away from our baits with the tripod or ground blind
down-wind. We are surprised to find the hogs have been visiting
the lighted bait every night since they were installed. We assumed
it would take weeks for the hogs to get used to the light but that
was not the case. I have built 30 of these units for the ranch and all are currently
in our bowhunting operation. We also mount the lights on the
top of a 10' t-post aiming straight down to a barrel with holes
filled with corn, chained to the post on a slip ring.
Price is $255 plus tax and shipping