Didn't shoot anything. Went and sat in my stand with my SKS. I have a spotlight mounted on the scope powered by a 6V battery. Lens is painted red with a marks-a-lot. Also took a 1M CP spot with red lens. The scope is a lighted reticule, but you really don't need to light it for spot lighting cause the light mounted on the scope is good to a little past 100 yards. On a bright moonlit night, you can use the lighted reticule without a spot, though, which is kinda cool. But, tonight it was pitch black, cloud cover and no moon. I got on stand about 4pm and figured to sit until 7 or maybe 8. Well, about 10 til 7 I got a little bored and about decided to get down and come in. Just as I was reaching for the sling of the gun to sling it I heard "oink, squeal, grunt" and the pitter patter splash of feet in the water. Sounded like they were coming to my feeder! I got all adrenalized, had to calm the heart beat down a bit, waited about 5 minutes after I'd stopped hearing movement and grunts. I flipped on the light and, well, nothing. I guess they moved on.:banghead: I know if I sat out there the night, they'd come to the feeder eventually. There are dozens if not hundreds of hogs in that specific area, hogs all over the friggin' place. Feeder never has any corn around it and there's fresh wallows everywhere around it. But, I sat until something after 7:30 and came on in. Just got back. I'm going to start doing that more. A good full moon night would be a lot better. I couldn't see squat! Heck, I'm going to do this after deer season is over, give me an extended season. I set the trap again before I left. I'm going to head down there Monday morning. I'll let the trap do the sitting overnight.