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Benjy
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Has anybody tried putting out a Keg with a nipple on it! [laughing]

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quote:
Originally posted by Benjy:
Has anybody tried putting out a Keg with a nipple on it! [laughing]

That would work too.

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Benjy
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I bet even I could sneek up on an intoxicated hog!

I may have to put a bucket in a hole and put a six pack in to see what happens! That could be interesting. I think I'll try it this weekend!

Benjy

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Mike Vines
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Might catch a Mike Vines wollowing around in it if your real quiet.

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Benjy
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Mike, I hope you're not going to be in SC this weekend!

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Very interesting guys.

Thanks for sharing.

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RM81
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quote:
Originally posted by Mike Vines:
Might catch a Mike Vines wollowing around in it if your real quiet.

[biglaugh]

I was thinking the same thing. If you guys leave out a bunch of free beer, I'd probably show up too.

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try grape koolaid with the sugar already in it just pout it in your corn or pour it around the corn. i have had good luck with sow in heat scent,,,,,only for big boars though. if you want meat hogs , sows just stick to the soured corn and koolaid with the sugar already mixed in.

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sour corn with left over fish trimmings and used cooking oil poured in with all. Keeps the deer away and the oil keeps the hogs coming back even after all the other has been eaten up. I have tried the cool aid and seem to have a more immediate response with the fish trimmings and used cooking oil.
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I thought I had heard about the diesel fuel before. Will it keep raccoons off, too? We have a problem in our hog traps of the raccoons eating the corn before the hogs show up.

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Black Gold hog attractant, they cant keep away from it
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quote:
Originally posted by swampdrummer:
I sometimes take 20 pounds of corn and put it in a trash can. Fill with enough water to cover the corn and dump a couple of cheap beers in there. Let it sit covered in the sun for a couple of weeks then take it out to the woods.
Use post hole diggers to make several holes and dump the corn in and cover it back up with 2 or 3 inches of dirt. Almost a garuntee of having pigs on it in 24 hours if they are in the area.
Good luck!

This plus grape Kool Aid powder and any fruit that I can find that will help it ferment.
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187BOWHUNTER
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black gold works like magic
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I use plan corn in my feeder and the day I shoot I put down some pig man gel stuff in the bottle to keep them there longer. It works because my cameras tell me that the 100lb pigs are there every morning and evening. At least 10 to 15 pigs. But when the feeder is dry good by pigs. So keep the feeder going.
Good luck. I use a home made Howard hill bow 68" @ 45# using gold tip 1535 .600 spine and swicky 125 grain 2 blade.

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If you want to get really fancy, take a 3-4 foot section of 6-8inch metal pipe. Weld on a cap on one end with a section of chain, and use a threaded cap on the other. Drill with some 3/4inch holes sporatically - not swiss cheese, but say one every 6 inches randomly around the pipe. Fill it with your sour corn - earlier recipies work fine, grape koolaid is a favorite additive for me. Screw on the end cap and secure the chain to a tree or t-post.

PVC will work for a while if you want to test it out, but they will destroy it eventually.

We've used them in Texas - a lot of fun for night hunting in particular - you will definately know when they come in. Esp fun if you have a spot near camp that you stalk in to in the dark - you can hear it from quite a ways away.

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