Sitka Mountain Gear
What's Your Recipe?
Hogs
Contributors to this thread:
Buffalo1 04-Nov-17
Swampbuck 04-Nov-17
StickFlicker 04-Nov-17
greg simon 04-Nov-17
Pigsticker 04-Nov-17
TX Cazador 04-Nov-17
Buffalo1 05-Nov-17
Halibutman 05-Nov-17
milnrick 05-Nov-17
From: Buffalo1
04-Nov-17
What's in your recipe for a good, proven hog attractant?

From: Swampbuck
04-Nov-17
Used motor oil, on a creosote railroad tie

From: StickFlicker
04-Nov-17
I would think that would be illegal, as it is an environmental hazard.

From: greg simon
04-Nov-17
Corn

From: Pigsticker
04-Nov-17
Corn and molasses is what a friend of mine uses and kills a bunches.

I do not bait for pigs.

04-Nov-17
Hard to top corn

From: TX Cazador
04-Nov-17
Instant Kool Aid the one with the sweetner in it. We usually dig a small hole and then mix it with the dirt you dug out and fill the hole back in. When they find it they keep rooting to find what smell so good and taste even better. They will spread the Kool Aid when they dig it up and attract others. It will last until it rains. It's light to pack around and cheep.

From: Buffalo1
05-Nov-17
Guess I am looking for some corn recipes. I've also heard of putting diesel fuel on the corn to make it sour.

Your thoughts/ opinions please.

From: Halibutman
05-Nov-17
Put out plain corn. It works the best. The only reason people do all that crazy stuff is to keep deer and other animals away from the bait.

From: milnrick
05-Nov-17
Corn, corn and more corn. That's all you need.

05-Nov-17
I make a living trapping and running hog hunts, have for years. If there were something better i would use it, period.

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