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pig oil #7882490 06/27/20 12:02 AM
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Anyone on here used that stuff by elusive outdoors?


https://elusivewildlife.com/shop/hu...iltm-original-liquid-hog-attractant.html

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Nope.

If hogs are in the area, corn will bring them in.
If they're not in the area, nothing will bring them in.


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Re: pig oil [Re: der Teufel] #7882514 06/27/20 12:14 AM
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Originally Posted by der Teufel
Nope.

If hogs are in the area, corn will bring them in.
If they're not in the area, nothing will bring them in.

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Re: pig oil [Re: texaskilla] #7882555 06/27/20 01:03 AM
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You can buy 150 or 200 pounds of corn for that price.
Originally Posted by texaskilla
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Nope.

If hogs are in the area, corn will bring them in.
If they're not in the area, nothing will bring them in.

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Re: pig oil [Re: TCM3] #7882569 06/27/20 01:18 AM
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Originally Posted by TCM3
You can buy 150 or 200 pounds of corn for that price.
Originally Posted by texaskilla
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Nope.

If hogs are in the area, corn will bring them in.
If they're not in the area, nothing will bring them in.

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Re: pig oil [Re: texaskilla] #7882800 06/27/20 09:31 AM
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I tried it in Florida last winter. It was our 1st time wintering in Florida instead of Texas. I was not seeing any hog sign in the area close to were we were staying so I ordered a bottle of this to try. Within 2 days I had pigs showing up on my trail cams. They were most definitely rubbing on the 2 trees I had put it on. Then I found out that the State Game area only allowed shotguns and rimfires. All I had was my AR in 6.8SPC. It did seem to work.

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Originally Posted by ChasCZ
I tried it in Florida last winter. It was our 1st time wintering in Florida instead of Texas. I was not seeing any hog sign in the area close to were we were staying so I ordered a bottle of this to try. Within 2 days I had pigs showing up on my trail cams. They were most definitely rubbing on the 2 trees I had put it on. Then I found out that the State Game area only allowed shotguns and rimfires. All I had was my AR in 6.8SPC. It did seem to work.


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Re: pig oil [Re: texaskilla] #7882879 06/27/20 12:44 PM
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I have a post about this a while back. Short answer no. Here is a pic showing rubbing and pig oil.

The way my setup is, a north wind pushed the scent into the creek bottom where they come from. I paid attention and did a mini study. No discernable advantage. There are two little trees the pigs rub on which is where my cameras are but also where the corn is thrown. I've marked other posts and trees with it to no obvious effect. It wont attract them. It may prompt them to rub on it if they walk by.

Classic case of cause vs effect and implied results. Nobody puts a camera where they dont expect pigs and dont put out feed. I did and got nothing. Same reason elephants paInt their toenails red - to hide in apple trees. Works doesn't it?

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Originally Posted by Douglas Tipton
I have a post about this a while back. Short answer no. Here is a pic showing rubbing and pig oil.

The way my setup is, a north wind pushed the scent into the creek bottom where they come from. I paid attention and did a mini study. No discernable advantage. There are two little trees the pigs rub on which is where my cameras are but also where the corn is thrown. I've marked other posts and trees with it to no obvious effect. It wont attract them. It may prompt them to rub on it if they walk by.

Classic case of cause vs effect and implied results. Nobody puts a camera where they dont expect pigs and dont put out feed. I did and got nothing. Same reason elephants paInt their toenails red - to hide in apple trees. Works doesn't it?



I’m just looking for something to keep them occupied around my hog feeder I got set up with lights and a waller they made. I been catching them mostly at night under the lights, so I’m looking for anything to get them to stop for just a second to get a shot off.

Re: pig oil [Re: texaskilla] #7883122 06/27/20 07:05 PM
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Originally Posted by texaskilla
Originally Posted by Douglas Tipton
I have a post about this a while back. Short answer no. Here is a pic showing rubbing and pig oil.

The way my setup is, a north wind pushed the scent into the creek bottom where they come from. I paid attention and did a mini study. No discernable advantage. There are two little trees the pigs rub on which is where my cameras are but also where the corn is thrown. I've marked other posts and trees with it to no obvious effect. It wont attract them. It may prompt them to rub on it if they walk by.

Classic case of cause vs effect and implied results. Nobody puts a camera where they dont expect pigs and dont put out feed. I did and got nothing. Same reason elephants paInt their toenails red - to hide in apple trees. Works doesn't it?



I’m just looking for something to keep them occupied around my hog feeder I got set up with lights and a waller they made. I been catching them mostly at night under the lights, so I’m looking for anything to get them to stop for just a second to get a shot off.


Feed them more.


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Re: pig oil [Re: Double Naught Spy] #7883126 06/27/20 07:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Double Naught Spy
Originally Posted by texaskilla
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I have a post about this a while back. Short answer no. Here is a pic showing rubbing and pig oil.

The way my setup is, a north wind pushed the scent into the creek bottom where they come from. I paid attention and did a mini study. No discernable advantage. There are two little trees the pigs rub on which is where my cameras are but also where the corn is thrown. I've marked other posts and trees with it to no obvious effect. It wont attract them. It may prompt them to rub on it if they walk by.

Classic case of cause vs effect and implied results. Nobody puts a camera where they dont expect pigs and dont put out feed. I did and got nothing. Same reason elephants paInt their toenails red - to hide in apple trees. Works doesn't it?



I’m just looking for something to keep them occupied around my hog feeder I got set up with lights and a waller they made. I been catching them mostly at night under the lights, so I’m looking for anything to get them to stop for just a second to get a shot off.


Feed them more.


I’m dumping 4 seconds a day of horn corn..... Don’t think feed more is the answer.

Re: pig oil [Re: texaskilla] #7883202 06/27/20 09:15 PM
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A whole 4 seconds a day? Is the corn piling up under your feeder? If not, you could be feeding them more. 4 seconds really isn't very long.

Keep in mind that adult hogs eat 3% or more of their body weight per day. 4 seconds is but a snack for 2 or more hogs.

However, if 4 seconds is all you are willing to do, then I would suggest that you have your feeder dump 1 second of corn every half hour for four cycles. That will cover a lot of potential time of feeding by which you may be able to spread out their snacking, or do it ever 15 minutes. Only do it for a period of time when you are available to hunt it. I would count on showing up at least 1 hour before the cycle starts.

You can get a pig pipe or pig barrel. That will keep them busy for a while. The down side is having to refill it so often, even if you use the rock trick.

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2nd on more corn.

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I do 4 sec AM and 8 sec PM and another 3 sec after dark. It stays cleaned up.

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Be there when the feeder goes off..BANG! Problem solved

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