a sure way that i have used to attract wild hogs is soured corn. get a 5gal bucket with lid fill half full with whole corn then fill with water to 2 inch from top and seal and place in dark cool area for 10 days. then take bucket without opening out to your "spot" using a large knife stab holes in the bucket about 4 inches from top be sure you twist your knife as you stab to open holes and be prepared to gag, it stinks bad. leave lid on so the coons won't get in and eat it choosing a up wind area is suggested good luck i hope this helps
a tactic i like to use is look for livestock fields with feeders in them. along with corn hogs love sweet feeds ang grains. they will actually compete with the livestock for the feeders. placing your attractant on the edge of a tree line in the pasture near a low lying area and it will create a "hangout" for them to wait for feeding time and best of all you know where they are "hangin out"
I've found that one tactic that really works is to dig a 3' post hole and fill in with alternating amounts of corn (sour or fresh, doesn't seem to matter although I like to add about 2 beers per site). This is great for night hunting, because it keeps the hogs at a site for a longer period of time as they will be there until the last kernel of corn is gone.
We were out last night, trying to get some good video using the Digisight n550, in this heat you have to stay up a bit later and work a bit harder. A friend of the prostaff gave up a great mix: soured corn grease and cherry kool-ade. The grease keeps the koi ade from washing away. Give it a try.......
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