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Old 08-29-2017, 09:20 AM
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True story.On my way to check my bait plot for pigs that I check daily.40 yards (steps) from site was a large mud hole.Yep they had a good time.Walking further on the trail it had much sign.In my mind (they had bait site ripped up)"Nope" to my supreme it was untouched.How do you explain that?.I could smell site every day checking on it...site had sour corn..garden..Tomatoes..onions..cabbage. out and they were only 40 yards from smell.Any suggestions?
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50# sack of corn works best.
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