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#5712365 - 04/22/15 08:24 PM Baiting Hogs
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Registered: 03/17/15
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Loc: Wylie, TX
Best recipe for attracting hogs....Go!

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#5712375 - 04/22/15 08:32 PM Re: Baiting Hogs [Re: Hog Man1]
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5 gallon bucket
Pour 2 litter of Big Red over it
Cover bucket and let sit for a week or so.
Dump on ground and hunt over feed.
Pigs will be in that day

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#5712380 - 04/22/15 08:35 PM Re: Baiting Hogs [Re: Hog Man1]
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Good to know!! Sounds cost effective too!! Thanks

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#5712402 - 04/22/15 08:47 PM Re: Baiting Hogs [Re: Hog Man1]
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I think he left out something..
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#5712491 - 04/22/15 09:37 PM Re: Baiting Hogs [Re: Hog Man1]
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Instead of big red I've used strawberry jello or beer mixed with corn. I also add water, cover with lid and let it sit for a week or two. Don't spill it on yourself or clothes.


Edited by bigjoe8565 (04/22/15 09:38 PM)

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#5712549 - 04/22/15 10:35 PM Re: Baiting Hogs [Re: Hog Man1]
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welcome ta THF... As pappy once said; Find good place ta set trap, pour corn in & around trap. Let hog's get usdta trap. Go to liquore store buy 30pack, take few mix with corn, let sour. Take soured corn, beer or two. Pour soured corn 20yrds outside trap. Climb in trap, shut door. Choot-em muyloco always good ta get second opinion. flag
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#5712704 - 04/23/15 07:06 AM Re: Baiting Hogs [Re: JRJ6]
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Originally Posted By: JRJ6
5 gallon bucket
Pour 2 litter of Big Red over it
Cover bucket and let sit for a week or so.
Dump on ground and hunt over feed.
Pigs will be in that day


Sorry, add a bag of corn and pour the big red over it

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#5712768 - 04/23/15 07:52 AM Re: Baiting Hogs [Re: JRJ6]
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Registered: 09/13/11
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Loc: Pettytown, TX, US of A
Originally Posted By: JRJ6
5 gallon bucket full of corn
Pour 2 litter of Big Red over it
Cover bucket and let sit for a week or so.
Dump on ground and hunt over feed.
Pigs will be in when they feel like it.


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#5712806 - 04/23/15 08:18 AM Re: Baiting Hogs [Re: Hog Man1]
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Registered: 09/17/13
Posts: 180
I agree with all of these. Sour mash seems to bring them in the best. Regular corn also works.

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#5712855 - 04/23/15 08:48 AM Re: Baiting Hogs [Re: Hog Man1]
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Y'all are forgetting the magic dust, LOL.

Did this back in 2013. I have tested a lot of the magical attractants. Hogs may eat them, but they don't seem any better than just plain corn. People seem to think that their hog attractants are going to "bring in hogs" when they would not otherwise have them and that just hasn't been shown to be the case.

http://texashuntingforum.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/ubb/showflat/Number/4825953/Searchpage/1/Main/394083/Words/kreso/Search/true/Ultimate_Hog_"Attract#Post4825953
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#5712865 - 04/23/15 08:51 AM Re: Baiting Hogs [Re: Hog Man1]
aeb Offline
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Registered: 06/06/10
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Loc: West Texas
HOG JUICE


Fill a 5 gallon plastic bucket 2/3 full of corn
Add a box of cheap strawberry jello
Add a tall boy of cheap beer
Add a package of dried yeast
Stir in the ingredients as you fill the bucket with water.
Cap it off with a tight lid and let it ferment.

The beer kicks start the fermentation with the yeast. It would work without the beer but the beer speeds up the process. Helps to stir the concoction occasionally.

Pretty soon you will have five gallons of nasty ^^^^ that pigs think is heaven. Don't get greedy and use up the entire bucket. Take some and leave some for a "starter" for the next batch. All you have to do is add more corn and water and you can keep the "juice" going forever.

A word to the wise. When you are transporting juice to the site, make sure you have a sturdy container with a tight lid. A spill will give your hunting wagon a distinctive smell.
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#5712922 - 04/23/15 09:25 AM Re: Baiting Hogs [Re: aeb]
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Loc: Grand Prairie, TX
Originally Posted By: aeb
HOG JUICE


Fill a 5 gallon plastic bucket 2/3 full of corn
Add a box of cheap strawberry jello
Add a tall boy of cheap beer
Add a package of dried yeast
Stir in the ingredients as you fill the bucket with water.
Cap it off with a tight lid and let it ferment.

The beer kicks start the fermentation with the yeast. It would work without the beer but the beer speeds up the process. Helps to stir the concoction occasionally.

Pretty soon you will have five gallons of nasty ^^^^ that pigs think is heaven. Don't get greedy and use up the entire bucket. Take some and leave some for a "starter" for the next batch. All you have to do is add more corn and water and you can keep the "juice" going forever.

A word to the wise. When you are transporting juice to the site, make sure you have a sturdy container with a tight lid. A spill will give your hunting wagon a distinctive smell.


This right here!

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#5712930 - 04/23/15 09:29 AM Re: Baiting Hogs [Re: Double Naught Spy]
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Registered: 03/16/12
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Loc: wondering about the woods
Originally Posted By: Double Naught Spy
Y'all are forgetting the magic dust, LOL.

Did this back in 2013. I have tested a lot of the magical attractants. Hogs may eat them, but they don't seem any better than just plain corn. People seem to think that their hog attractants are going to "bring in hogs" when they would not otherwise have them and that just hasn't been shown to be the case.

http://texashuntingforum.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/ubb/showflat/Number/4825953/Searchpage/1/Main/394083/Words/kreso/Search/true/Ultimate_Hog_"Attract#Post4825953

cheers The key ingrediant is location, location, location if no hogs around, don't make difference what ya put out. Found were hogs rutted up behind creek, hadnt put out corn nor food plot yet, tried some of the store bought think, hog wild, they never did hit it... Spinner slinging out just plain corn, works fine. i got cheep posts... flag
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#5713046 - 04/23/15 10:47 AM Re: Baiting Hogs [Re: colt.45]
Vern1 Offline
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Loc: Pettytown, TX, US of A
Originally Posted By: colt.45
Originally Posted By: Double Naught Spy
Y'all are forgetting the magic dust, LOL.

Did this back in 2013. I have tested a lot of the magical attractants. Hogs may eat them, but they don't seem any better than just plain corn. People seem to think that their hog attractants are going to "bring in hogs" when they would not otherwise have them and that just hasn't been shown to be the case.

http://texashuntingforum.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/ubb/showflat/Number/4825953/Searchpage/1/Main/394083/Words/kreso/Search/true/Ultimate_Hog_"Attract#Post4825953

cheers The key ingrediant is location, location, location if no hogs around, don't make difference what ya put out. Found were hogs rutted up behind creek, hadnt put out corn nor food plot yet, tried some of the store bought think, hog wild, they never did hit it... Spinner slinging out just plain corn, works fine. i got cheep posts... flag



Yep....if they ain't there, they won't come.
That being said, if they aren't there, they probably will be someday...sooner than later at the rate the weather is going in CenTex.
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#5713086 - 04/23/15 11:17 AM Re: Baiting Hogs [Re: colt.45]
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Registered: 11/20/13
Posts: 135
Originally Posted By: colt.45
... The key ingrediant is location, location, location if no hogs around, don't make difference what ya put out...


So true.

While some THF member can trap 32 hogs in 3 nights, others may not have a chance to shoot that many in a life time.

If you have to bait them - I did too, chances are you don't have that many around. That's not a bad thing for others, but if your goal is to find them to shoot, you just need to keep on working on it. Trail camera is helpful for confirmation. If there are hogs, you will get them sooner or later, just don't expect 32 in 3 nights.

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