We just had a dandy of a storm, you know, where the lightening is so constant that you can read by it and tree tops are all bent in the same direction. I went to check on fence since charger indicated not hot as often the case after a storm. Dogs were still hiding and kept in place by ground shaking. I shined barn and saw two sets of eyes in the location of the feed table, one on top and other on ground. I new a visitor or two was there so I set out. Wind was perfect for an undetected approach. When I got there the critter on the ground bolted to NW in a manner not consistent with an Opossum. I shined light on table to see pulling from my bag of game bird starter, a raccoon feeding his face. He was smacking as he looked around but did not see me. That got me a little ticked. When he stuck his head back in the bag I approached quickly so when he pulled head out to look around and smack some more, ...... I punched him with the spotlight sending his 15 lb butt sailing off the table. Then he ran like few raccoons are capable. Trap time, but got to make to rabbits do not get into it. Game camera needs to be re-positioned to show where the bugger is coming in from. Based on direction of retreat for both animals, they are coming from the NW which is where dogs have a hard time catching their quarry unless we know who we are after. I have several broody hens in locations that very vulnerable to raccoons.