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what is the best bait for a hog trap?

Question by pigkillersrus. Uploaded on December 01, 2009

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from Del in KS wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

Whole grain corn is hard to beat.

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from brw7979 wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

Sour corn, corn mixed with black gold hog attractant.

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from brw7979 wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

Whole grain corn is good, but deer will eat it also. So I use sour, or mixed to get hogs only. Catchin a deer in a hog trap is a disaster.

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from cody r wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

corn and hog wild with apples oranges ect

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from slothman wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

I Agree with brw7979. soured corn works great.

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from country road wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

Soured corn is as good as there is and it won't attract deer or turkeys.

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from Ontario Honker ... wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

A land mine! Get rid of all those gawdam destructive exotic beasts.

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from Beekeeper wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

always had very good results with corn soaked in water until it begins to ferment.

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from Cgull wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

Beer soaked corn and fish remains

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from blake425 wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

Hard to beat soured corn.

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from Jere Smith wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

Gut pile and corn

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from 99explorer wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

I guess that anything with meat in it would be a turn-off for deer, which should be a major objective in this case.

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from hogman101 wrote 3 years 20 weeks ago

I have always had pretty good luck with corn soured in milk for a couple of days (if you can keep the cats from lapping it up). Note: when using soured corn be careful when using because Turkeys WILL eat it and soured corn can cause them to develope blackheads, which every turkey hunter knows this. Dont leave it out no more than a day or two at the most! Check the game laws before using!!

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from Ontario Honker ... wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

A land mine! Get rid of all those gawdam destructive exotic beasts.

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from Del in KS wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

Whole grain corn is hard to beat.

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from brw7979 wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

Sour corn, corn mixed with black gold hog attractant.

+2 Good Comment? | | Report
from brw7979 wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

Whole grain corn is good, but deer will eat it also. So I use sour, or mixed to get hogs only. Catchin a deer in a hog trap is a disaster.

+2 Good Comment? | | Report
from cody r wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

corn and hog wild with apples oranges ect

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from slothman wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

I Agree with brw7979. soured corn works great.

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from Beekeeper wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

always had very good results with corn soaked in water until it begins to ferment.

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from country road wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

Soured corn is as good as there is and it won't attract deer or turkeys.

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from Cgull wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

Beer soaked corn and fish remains

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from blake425 wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

Hard to beat soured corn.

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from Jere Smith wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

Gut pile and corn

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from 99explorer wrote 4 years 19 weeks ago

I guess that anything with meat in it would be a turn-off for deer, which should be a major objective in this case.

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from hogman101 wrote 3 years 20 weeks ago

I have always had pretty good luck with corn soured in milk for a couple of days (if you can keep the cats from lapping it up). Note: when using soured corn be careful when using because Turkeys WILL eat it and soured corn can cause them to develope blackheads, which every turkey hunter knows this. Dont leave it out no more than a day or two at the most! Check the game laws before using!!

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