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Hi
I was recommmended by a fellow member from Texasboars.com and I wanted to submit a success story about your product hog in heat. In early spring, I obtained a lease near Plum Grove, Tx which was excellent in hog population. three days before the general deer season, I was told to relocate due to the lease being lost. I was moved to another property which was overcrowded and heavily burdened. In Nov to mid Dec, no activity was occurring at my feeders. I decided to use the hog in heat scent in the end of Dec at my spot. I placed wicks in four corners near the feeder and one rag in a bush. I waited one week and returned to my spot.

This is what I found











A major rooting activity was occurring in what I considered first to be a dead spot. Thank you aginst for your product and I now have hope for my next hog hunt.

Tony Alvarez

P.S. The hogs have torn up the rag with hog in heat scent into shreds.