In the first picture it looks like an absolute toad, but not as much in the second and third pic, still big though. A giant boar should look huge at all angles, but less than perfect photos from a trail cam can make it tough. I still think it is a boar because of the first pic (long, thick neck).
I saw a sow very similar to this a number of years ago while sitting a bait. If there was not 2 yearlings with it I would not have believed it. Monster fat body, very decieving. It was a very big fat bear, but lacked in length which is very difficult to judge- even at under 20 yards away.
Cut a log exactly 5' long and lay it next to the can. When the bear has its head down feeding (the footprint of the bears length, not with its nose stretched out) if it is not as long as the log it is a sow. as long or longer than the log = 6'+ bear.
Last edited by LongDraw; 05-28-2009 at 10:57 PM.