Out last night hunting ghogs. Was planing on returning to this one farm where I was last week, hay just cut, and got four last week. I stopped at another farm on the way just to check on the status of one field where the farmer told me weeks ago that he was going to plant soybeans after harvesting the winter wheat. To my delight the beans had been planted, had grown about 3 inches in height - perfect right? Also, although hot, the weather was great, no wind, and sunny. Parked the truck and hiked over to this field which is at the far end of the farm. Haven't hunted this field in 3 years due to the crops being grown there, i.e. corn and wheat. Years ago this was strictly an alfalfa field and was always loaded with hogs. Expecting a big ghog evening. Loaded up the Rem Model 7, 223 and eased into my stand. This is about as perfect a field as it gets, a box field, brush lined on three sides, furthest shot is 215 yards from my stand. Perfect for my short barrel Model 7. Also nice big maple tree to sit under for shade. Perfect right? Set up at about 5:00 PM expecting mega activity at prime time, 6:00 to 8:00 PM. Soybean field at prime hog areas. At about 5:20 I see one at 186 yards, medium size hog, crawler, slightly obscured due to roll of field. Wait for a clear broadside shot - sent a 50 Nosler BT - see the tail due the "death wiggle." One hog down. Great start. For the next two hours I don't see another hog. Lots of deer but no hogs. The hay is too high to hunt the two other fields, another field has corn planted in it. Too late to go to another farm so I gut it out in this cold field. By eight, still no hogs. Head back to the truck, on the way back I see one the farm road next to one of the uncut hay fields. I set up with my shooting stick, range it at 134 yards, perfect clear broadside profile. Send a 50 Nosler BT, hog down - monster class hog - huge male. But go figure - that "perfect field" only yielded one sighting Well as my Dad use to say, that's why it's called hunting - often unpredictable.