I have 46 acres in north Texas that seem to be on the periphery of local hog endeavors. So we get 1-2 hogs a month showing up on the game cameras, either at the feeders or water hole (year 'round spring I dug out to hold water and serves as a wallow too). So while my neighbors have problems with hogs, I just have occasional visitors which are usually boars. They may come a couple of times and never again, or will come on and off at different times of the evening/night/morning for up to a month before moving on. This makes hunting them very difficult.
We have 2 feeders spitting corn, no livestock, as noted there is water on the property including a tank that fills after big rains (and dries up after a couple of weeks) and a dry creek that carries water after big rains and may continue to flow for a couple of months in the spring time.
We have tried using fermented corn, but only made the coons and deer happy. We have let the property go fallow for a time and just let the game cameras (all IR flash) do their things and not seen any change in activity. The property is 60% treed.
So, what can y'all suggest that might be helpful for attracting hogs that we know to be in the area, but aren't coming to my place very often?