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Koolaid Corn for hogs

Postby gatorfrog2 » Tue Oct 15, 2013 4:44 pm

Was wondering if anyone has tried it. I herd they go crazy for it. Somthing like take corn an put in 5-gal bucket. Poor a pack of Koolaide"fruit-punch" in add water an install a lid on bucket. Set out in sun for a few days. Let forment!!....then go hang it drilling a few holes in bucket. Side note. Friend having hog issue on small 10acre piece if land. Totally fenced in hog wire etc. killed a few off last year they got the message. But this year there back. He asked is there away to just poison the bastards?...any suggestions?
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Re: Koolaid Corn for hogs

Postby DDSBC » Tue Oct 15, 2013 4:55 pm

High speed lead poisoning works well :lol:
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Re: Koolaid Corn for hogs

Postby terrible ted » Tue Oct 15, 2013 5:42 pm

Poisoning is illegal. Set traps
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Re: Koolaid Corn for hogs

Postby SteveReid » Tue Oct 15, 2013 6:01 pm

Call Dusty Brewster is the best answer.

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Re: Koolaid Corn for hogs

Postby Olf Art » Tue Oct 15, 2013 6:11 pm

The lights are on over at Publix. You could sleep in .... :)
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Re: Koolaid Corn for hogs

Postby gatorfrog2 » Tue Oct 15, 2013 6:49 pm

10-4 I thought poisoning was illegal. Yup. High speed led is best bet. Just tired of waiting for them to show up. So that's why I'm gonna set feeder outside fence. Maybe they'll be happy w/Koolaide corn an not root under oak trees after acorns. Here piggy piggy
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Re: Koolaid Corn for hogs

Postby MilkManDan » Tue Oct 15, 2013 7:13 pm

I Hear Sodium Nitrate Does A Number On Them. It Is A Preservative Thats Used In Making Sausage Or Bacon. Just Don't Get Caught Using It Because Whatever EaTs It Will Die If It EaTs Enough.

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Re: Koolaid Corn for hogs

Postby FlatsFisher » Tue Oct 15, 2013 7:56 pm

Kool-aid works pretty good as an attractant, but if your setting traps mix the corn with diesel. You'd be surprised how well it works, and you won't have to worry about the dang coons.

Also, I was told that Sodium Nitrate will kill hogs, and fly bait mixed with grape soda will take out a coon in a matter of seconds.

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Re: Koolaid Corn for hogs

Postby rick » Tue Oct 15, 2013 8:04 pm

Trap's seem to work good out here where I live for the people that have a hog problem.

However, my problem is the opposite. I live on kind of an isolated, 10 acre, sand hill and would like to lure them in for the grandkids to hunt. Just can't seem to get them to climb our hill. Never used the koolaid, but I did mix corn & water & hang it like you said. It got bad rank, but still wouldn't pull the hogs in and they're only 500 to 800 ft. down the slope to wetter land.

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Re: Koolaid Corn for hogs

Postby Olf Art » Tue Oct 15, 2013 8:25 pm

rick wrote:Trap's seem to work good out here where I live for the people that have a hog problem.
However, my problem is the opposite. I live on kind of an isolated, 10 acre, sand hill and would like to lure them in for the grandkids to hunt. Just can't seem to get them to climb our hill. Never used the koolaid, but I did mix corn & water & hang it like you said. It got bad rank, but still wouldn't pull the hogs in and they're only 500 to 800 ft. down the slope to wetter land.
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Rick, never seen it done, but what about setting out one of those molasses 'lick blocks' that you use when you run cattle.
The scent of that would probably bring 'em in, along with who knows what else! Might be interesting to say the least. :)
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Re: Koolaid Corn for hogs

Postby Cowboy Rock » Tue Oct 15, 2013 8:35 pm

Rick,,,

Fill a 5 gallon bucket halfway full with corn, add 2 packs of YEAST, get it at the grocery store, fill it up with water,put a lid on it for 3 days out in the Sun,,,

You talk about RANK,,, Hang it up and drill a couple of tiny holes, just enough to make it drip,,,

Hang it low enough that they can bump it with their nose,,, They will come,,,

Hogs are considered Varmits up here bow,,, Farmers hate them,,,

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Re: Koolaid Corn for hogs

Postby Stewie » Tue Oct 15, 2013 9:15 pm

Hey Rick if your trying to lure hogs in put up a old round post 6-8 in diameter and get a burlap sack or a woven blanket like the cheap Indian repos they sell for $10.00 at the mini mart. And staple it to that there post then take a paint brush and brush just a little bit of burnt/used motor oil not sopping just enough to scratch on.And bam your grand kids will have them a hog to shoot at!! They love to rub on the old oil keeps the bugs off! I have used this method for years give it a try? Let me know how it works :thumbleft: :old_glory: :rebel: :florida:

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Re: Koolaid Corn for hogs

Postby rick » Tue Oct 15, 2013 10:03 pm

Gonna save this thread & give some or all that stuff a try.

We do have an ace in the hole right now I think. Tristan (oldest grandson) acquired a good size wild sal that has a 4 week old litter right now. I'm no expert, but I'm thinking when she's done with the litter & is available again, them boars will climb the hill to try their luck...we call it "co*ter on the brain". It works for all species :D

Thanks for the thread gatorfrog2.

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Re: Koolaid Corn for hogs

Postby Shippee123 » Tue Oct 15, 2013 10:50 pm

Grape koolaid and corn work, the best I've seen is old vegetable oil and corn. Just don't get it on ya cause it don't wash off!
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