Flood light as a rule won’t have the greatest beam distance. Can you give an example of how far and how wide an area you are trying to light up? Or even an example of the type of object you are wanting to light up. I’d have thought hunting you’d normally want something more focused and more range?
TIR optics and other optic devices can give an even illumination. Maybe this is what you are meaning?
I have a Convoy S2+ with a large LED (XM-L2) and a floody TIR optic. It gives no spill beam at all, but a nice wide evenly lit beam.
The beam really is nice and seems to have similar beam distance to the stock reflector, but long range is not really it’s thing.
You can buy various different TIR optics from many sources, although I think I got these from an MR16 triple LED house bulb.
They can be made to fit many different tube lights, such as the BLF A6, although the Convoy S2+ works well as most TIR optics are shorter and the S2+ uses a shorter reflector, so works better.
(or you can swap the driver/LED in a Convoy S2+ if you want)
Depending on the type of TIR you can get a reflector style beam with a hot spot and spill beam. So you’ll need to experiment to get the profile you want.
Triple optics in a compact light are floody too, but usually have a large hotspot and a spill beam.
Another option is some kind of projector style optic. It’s quite rare. But Bushnell do some lights with optics like this:
Again no spill beam, just even illumination.
The only real downside is the Bushnell lights are expensive and apart from their clever optics, the rest of the lights are very subpar in terms of modes, tint, LEDs and performance. But they do offer a pretty unique beam.