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Hey all, I am heading out tomarrow to go hunt hogs and coyotes in the texas hill country, I was wondering if anyone here knows h

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  • Hey all, I am heading out tomarrow to go hunt hogs and coyotes in the texas hill country, I was wondering if anyone here knows h

    Hey all, I am heading out tomarrow to go hunt hogs and coyotes in the texas hill country, I was wondering if anyone here knows how to make a batch of sour corn that ferments more quickly than just adding water? I'll Let you know how things turn out.

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    That is generally the fastest way. I do not think you will need it soured though. Probably will not need it at all. With all of the rain lately just find the wallows or corn the roads.

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    • #3
      I don't think you'll need the bait either. Still hunting in the spring is very productive, keep the wind in you face...

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      • #4
        Use corn and a little diesel. To lure them in here is the trick. Go to the grocery store and pick up some black cherry cool aid. I promise it works every time.

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          Forgot to say. Check out my pics for proof.

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            Add sugar and water. Set out in the sun and your good in a few days. Half a pound per 5 gal works good. Some of you beer makers should chime in. Will yeast work too or will that just blow them out of the bucket?

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            • #7
              If you want to sour the corn, add some milk, that will sour it real fast. I have also heard to put some used motor oil on some spare rug or sponge and put it on a tree and that gets the pigs going and really acts as an attractant. Good luck hunting!

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              • #8
                Agreed with FloridaHunter1226 and + 1 for you sir!!!

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