Evolved Habitats® Pig Out®
Pour it out and wild hogs will rush in to feast. Once mixed into the wallow, hogs will keep coming to savor and root out the irresistible flavors. Can be mixed with grain and used for deer, bear and other wildlife. 1 gallon jug.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hawghunter68 Hog Wild This is good stuff,use it alone or mix it with corn or anything else.I mix it with corn and some other goodies and they love it.I also like to poke small holes in the bottom of the jug and hang it from a branch,its so thick and gooey,so it drips real slow and the hogs go nuts rooting it up,can't get enough of it. January 10, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by floridahogslayer deer love it too This stuff is like everyone says, a strong berry smell!! Deer will lick it off trees, cows, and last time had a big boar snortin. He couldn't get the smell out of his nose. I pour so many ounces in an empty gatorade bottle or something and just bring enough. Only half the bottle is gone after 4-5 trips January 8, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by asmith7 Great hog attractant! Pros: This is a great product. It has the thickness of syrup with a very sweet, candy-like smell. It holds in the ground for a while, even after hogs have found it. It can be used alone or with corn or other baits. It is a very strong scent that should attract hogs from more distance than just corn alone. It also holds the hogs at the feeding area longer. It causes the hogs to dig into the ground and create wallows because the syrup has absorbed deep into the ground, so you have to be careful and realize they will dig deep and rut it up. A little of this product goes a long way. Cons: none Conclusion: Great product and hog attractant. Will attract hogs to an area and hold them their longer. Will also create permanent feeding spots and wallows. August 20, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mountainman69 Hog Wild I used this in Southern Georgia in an open clearcut and the hogs annihilated the 25lb protein block I poured it on. What amazed me was it brought in Big Hogs!!! Didn't see one under 100lbs on my trail camera. Have pictures of boars fightning over it and have one 200lb sow standing on top of it with her front legs. This product will bring in the big ones!!! July 26, 2007
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