Well we went pig hunting last weekend and once again didnt see anything forgot to bring the camera back to look at pictures. We did however find some new sign in a different spot that we are going to try to go back to next time we go down there
Well we went and got the camera today and come to find up we made a not so good move when we set it up on the barrel because everytime the barrel moved it took a picture so every picture was of the barrel moving but we could tell that the pigs have been eating on it and we went to a small pond and found tons of sign there also.
What do you use for bait? On another board those guys suggested a 5 gallon bucket of corn. Pour a beer (preferably a really cheap, skunky one) in the bucket and let the corn turn rancid. Then pour that on the ground. Those pigs are suppose to love it.
coyote what county are you tryin to kill your hoggs in, i gave up mine for my missouri home boyess, to think where they are at and too kill one is two different things!!good luck,
and there is a wide varity of food a hogg will eat from puttin a little desil fuel on corn to, lettin it furmint for a few days in butter milk,I have tried it all, hogg in heat exc..., I have a few years invested at this hogg thing...
For bait we use corn and beer but we put some corn on the ground and then some in a barrel with holes in it. The county that we are hunting in is henry i believe. Ya and we are all tryin to invest on a hog dog right now also.
i am about to breed my great hog dog, jack whom is pure catahola from texas, to a top notch black and tan **** ***** i own,she came from champion blood, ,they can be seen in action, at my house, with a 500 pound wild hog I have had for a couple years, i am taking 1st come, orders for the pups with half down, and the rest when you pic up your pup, at 6 weeks of age, let me know coyote,i stand behind my dogs as they have proven them self greatly through the years, e-mail me if interested,,,,thanks
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