Hog Wild Beast Feast Wildlife Attractant
Granular attractant that hogs, deer, and bear find irresistible. Use to bait hog traps, or pour in holes for hogs. Mix with corn and other grains for use in deer feeders. Sweet, potent mixture smells and tastes like crushed berries and molasses.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by HolJohn Deer magnet In stead of wild boars, deer came along at the feeding plot and had a little party on the attractant. Also some roedeer came along to feed on this attractant. May 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by donovanmeacham great product i got this at tractor supply for 5 bucks. works great, got about 13 hogs the first night i put it out September 2, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Reezen65 Great Product! Had hogs coming and going from my 40 acre pasture, but always tearing up different areas of the property, so I never knew where to hunt them. Started mixing about 1 cup of Hog Wild with a feed bucket of corn and they came-a-runnin! put the corn out one night, and the next night I had more hogs than I thought I had. Once I got them use to coming to the same spot, I was able to lay waste to all my pig problems. Great product! December 15, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by countryboy85 Worked same day i put it out! Dig a hole, fill it with whole corn and Hog Wild, and they will come. February 2, 2011
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Details:Does this really work? Do the hogs have to be in the area all ready?
What is the best way of using this product for bait? put it in the feeder, bury it, or just pour it on the ground??
we are getting 30 to 60 hogs on the game camera's around the creeks but nothing around the traps.
A:I mix it with corn and put it in a hole dug with post hole diggers.Use the diggers to dig a hole as deep as you can but try to keep it the same diameter as the diggers,then pour the mix of corn and beast feast into the hole but leave it from 6 to 12 inches from the top.You want them to dig for,they more they dig,they will bury more than they eat,thus keeping them in your area.I had them on corn but when I added the feast,they smell brought more pigs in and held them on our hunting land.
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