try this it sounds bad but works very well .. get a bucket with a lid that can be sealed thats a must ok 5 lbs of corn 3 gals of milk older the better and 1 quart of disel fuel mix and cap that sucker leave in the sun for 3 or 4 day take it out to your hunting spot pour it out and you will not beleave the smell and the pigs will come if there are any within 5 miles a little wind and it works great ..
hummm................corn?..........................sugar?................what exactly are you brewing in em ar hills!!!
I wouldn't use plain corn if there are Bears around and you cant kill them....that's about all you'll get coming in and they'll sit and eat till they puke and then eat more and puke.
If no Bears around I like to use Horse feed that has cracked corn, oats and molasses.
If stand hunting add a burlap sack soaked with really burnt motor oil, especially from a diesel engine, tied to a tree about 10" in diameter in a clear shooting lane. it won't "attract" them per se but it will make them stop at that location an rub on it and they'll keep coming back after they have found it.
I've seen them completely up-root the tree wallowing in and around this setup.
i wouldn't drink the liquid that comes out of those barrels to save my life stinks to high heaven. but the hogs and bear love it, we have to quit bating 10 days prior to season but even if we didn't i wouldn't wanna deal with a drunk bear, they're bad enough sober
Hate the look of your synthetic stock?Want something more spiffy?Want a "one of a kind" rifle?No problem... with about 2 hours worth of time and about $15 in supplies, you can have a new custom camo look to your stock!I took this Stevens Model 200 and completed this stock job very easily.Here are the basic steps:* Make sure the rifle is unloaded and follow the manufacturers recommendations for removing the action from the stock - this is most often the 2 action screws on the bottom of the...