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Just a side note. I started using your Rank Boar scent a couple of weeks ago and suddenly the hogs have returned to my area and they've brought Big Daddy with them. I haven't actually seen this hog but his tracks and rubs are enormous, bigger than any hog I've ever seen before. I mean this thing has tracks the size of a calf! I have a creosote railroad crosstie tied to the top of two concrete blocks next to my feeding area. I've been spraying a little Rank Boar scent on the low hanging limbs of a nearby pine tree and on the end of the crosstie. Sunday afternoon I went to check on the area and freshen the feeder and found that the crosstie had been thrown around by this monster hog like it was some kind of play toy. I'm going to continue using it like I have for the next week or two and then show-up for a hunt and see if I can't take him. I'll send you some pictures when I do.

Thanks again for everything,
Don

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Rank Boar Field Test by Tonecop45
TexasBoars.com Member - Houston, TX
August 30, 2006

Hi KP,
While I was in Georgia, I gave my buddy from work the bottle of rank boar. He used it on the day he went to set up his tripod on our lease. He stated to me that he saw boars coming in his area without the use of corn as he did not have corn inside his feeder. He was just spreading it out to attract them to the area but didn't figure it would be that quick. Your rank boar works very effectively and we might need some more before we hit the field. Thanks for the product and it works. I'll contact you later for more.


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Acorn - Corn Field Test #1 by Cody Weiser
August 22, 2006

Fred (Hunter Claus) sent me some of his new Corn and Acorn liquid scent attractant to try out and field test in my European boar pens. Here are my tests conducted during field test #1 and the results observed.

I make no money or profit whatsoever from these products.

I first arrived at the pens at around 6:30 pm. It was cloudy and in the low 90's. The hogs were hungry and ready to be fed. I poured a small amount of the acorn scent in one trough and the same amount of the corn scent in a trough close by. The hogs sniffed on both scents but really got after the acorn scent. Small shoats and a sow flipped over in the trough with the acorn scent.

I then fed the hogs their regular feed. I walked approx 10' away from the troughs to the water hole. I poured half the corn scent (bout 2 oz) on one side of the water hole in the mud at the water's edge. I walked to the other side of the water hole (water hole is bout 8' in diameter) and poured the acorn scent on the edge of the mud in the same manner as I did the corn. Samson (big boar in my avatar) left the feed trough after only taking a few bites (rare) and went directly to the acorn scent and rolled in it over and over covering both his sides with the acorn scent and totally wallering out a dent in the ground. (I've only seen him do this with spoiled cooking oil and Black Gold.) He did this for about 1 minute then slowly returned to the feed trough only after covering himself with the scent.

Smaller hogs walked to both areas and smelt the groung while smaller boars rolled in the acorn scent much like Samson had done.

I am totally convinced that the acorn scent was an excellent attractant for the hogs. The corn was not their pick when both scents were put out at the same time.

I will try each scent seperately in the pens on different days and then will try them in font of the game camera down by the river to see how the deer react.

_________________
Cody Weiser
Wild Boar USA-Brutal Boar Creations/ Owner
Weiser Weight & Tusk Wild Boar Record Book
Wild Boar USA


Acorn Field Test #1 by Tim Hicks
August 29, 2006

Ok I set a test up to conduct on the new scents that arrived last week. Lauren and I moved a trap where a few hot spots been occuring.

I used the Acorn Scent alone no corn as its been so hot, I have been baiting the tank WATCH-OUT with corn,,this time I used the Acorn Scent on a few rubs where they have been rubbing my Black Gold, the rest went into the trap with a dripper.

TRAP SET 2 days.

Results





Is it good??


Acorn Field Test #1 by Douglas Mason
September 2, 2006

Set this trap two days ago with Black Gold and Acron scent only.



Coons are a problem but scent seems to work.

Douglas Mason
http://txmasoncatahoulas.texasboars.com/

Cowboys for Christ
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HHTA & NALC



Keith Gilmer Boar Harvested with
Grim Reaper Animal Atttractant and Lure

October 14, 2006

I reached my stand just before sunrise, when I heard this movement in the brush. I could tell what was out there was really huge. It was to careless to be a deer, so I knew it either had to be a very big hog or a bear that frequents the property. Thankfully before I had left my truck I had sprayed my boots with In Heat Scents Grim Reaper Animal Attractant and Lure, the smell held the curiosity of the animal, and kept him in the area until I could identify it as a huge hog. Without In Heat Scents Grim Reaper scent on my boots I never would have got a shot at this monster.



State: Georgia
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Scent: In Heat Scents Grim Reaper Animal Attractant and Lure