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Hog rubbing post #5513010 01/01/15 06:48 PM
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Hey guys,

I want to make a "creosote" rubbing post in a particular area where I hunt pigs. Can you still buy a creosote post? Any ideas to best achieve this in a simple way? Thanks!

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Old power line pole or crossties


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The choices above are great. If you can't find those, a very good simulate for creosote is Kreso Dip. It has something of the creosote smell and helps with bugs, which is part of the reason hogs like to rub against creosote.

You can also just add it to your old power line poles if they have dried out.


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Originally Posted By: Double Naught Spy
The choices above are great. If you can't find those, a very good simulate for creosote is Kreso Dip. It has something of the creosote smell and helps with bugs, which is part of the reason hogs like to rub against creosote.

You can also just add it to your old power line poles if they have dried out.

get ya couple toat sacks dip em hang so hogs can rub on em. found few trees were yhe hohs been rubbing. as DNS stated hogs get covered in flees, ticks, chiggers, & such. one reason the wallow in mud in warmer weather, the other is ta cooldown. best wishes flag



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