Puttin' In The Work...

This has been my daily routine for as long as I can remember.  On the days when I'm not out on the road traveling, you'll find me shortly before dark throwing out soured corn and checking the game cameras.  You can see my redneck hunting stand in the distance, which is nothing more than a flat bed dump truck.  I've killed a many a hog sitting on the bed of that old yellow truck. Believe it or not...before building my new house, I used this old dump truck to haul in almost 70 loads of dirt before they poured the cement slab for the foundation.  

When it comes to baiting in hogs, or really any type of animal, it's all about consistency.  To train the hogs to come in, you have to make sure that you are throwing out bait as often as you can.  Now, not everyone is able to bait everyday because most people don't live where they hunt... I'm pretty lucky.  But, feeders work well for baiting a place that you're not able to get to everyday.  It's just important to make sure that there is food/bait for the hogs every time that they come back to that same spot.

This may be common sense to some but to all the new hog hunters out there, just keep this baiting tip in mind...  Below is a link for a video that I made on how to mix up the best hog bait.  Check it out if you haven't already.  Good luck in the fields!



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