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Tradtical Commando
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Originally posted by michaelschwister:
read this thread from this site :

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Best hog hunting info I have ever seen! Ive been reading this thread for days. BEST accumulated and consolidated info Ive ever seen on hogs! Thanks for posting.
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Benjy
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Anyone try the purina quick draw hog block yet?

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Fletcher
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Hey Benjy, any luck with the block?

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Benjy
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I never tried them, there are so many "gimmicks" out there that I didn't want to try them without some reviews on them...

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Fletcher
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I agree, esp when corn and jello seem to work pretty well.

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When hunting javelin, I took a 5 gallon bucket filled only 1/2 with corn, then poured gallon of milk and a quart of cheap whiskey. Put the lid on and set in sun for a few days. Only put out a few handfuls where you are hunting and "They will come". I thought about adding some diesel, but didn't want to have meat with the diesel in it. The cheap whiskey worked so well - One day I had the bucket at camp out in the sun. I opened it to check on it - smelled pretty strong and left the lid off while I went in to eat lunch. Looked out the window and here the javelin came across an open park from 150 yards away with their noses up. They came right to the bucket - I sneaked out and shot one.
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When I was a kid we fed the hogs ground oats and corn mixed with milk from the separator. It all sat in a 55 gal drum until feedin time. Now I would think this would still work well to call in hogs.
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