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Hog calling? #2701116
01/09/19 10:01 PM
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Found a spot to hunt some hogs this year, but I have zero hog hunting experience. I just shoot what comes along while.deer hunting. Do y'all.have any success with calls?

Re: Hog calling? [Re: Powpow65] #2701167
01/10/19 12:27 AM
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Corn will call them in. Lol

Re: Hog calling? [Re: Powpow65] #2701637
01/10/19 02:49 PM
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Yes Sir, look in this other thread.

http://www.aldeer.com/forum/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=2672646&page=1

What I’ve learned about running the calls is most times it works better once you lay eyes on or know the hogs are creeping around. If you are after any kinda pig then “Squealer” and “Sow Hysteria” works well. You can also use your deer grunt call to sound like a pig enough for them to drop their gaurd.

Any given technique might work at any given time, its kinda random until you get good at it.

If I had to pick one technique that has a fairly high sucess rate is setup in a tree off a trail and put a hand full of corn next to the trail, and let stealth be your asset. Any noise you make, cover it with your pig sound. Pigs sniff, sneeze, cough, and such just like you do, cept they make pig sounds too.

Skunk scent is a dang good cover. You can play the wind to what you think the advantage is but I really don’t find wind that important as they come from all directions.

The hog’s greatest weakness is using the same trails. Sitting off a crossroad intersection of trails is even better.

Mature Boars are a whole nuther animal. If you do any of the funky boar techniques I use like woman pee, sow in heat, or panties, I suggest you be off the ground and don’t put this stuff next to you.

I really discourage a feeder and especially going off close to dark. You want them to see the bait as opportunistic not always there so they can hit it in the dark, unless you are hunting at night. I think a hanging feeder masked by canopy set to go off early am is better. They’ll hit it first thing or maybe come in early after smelling it all day.

If you have limited land to hunt on, I suggest you leave a tshirt with your scent on it close to the food until your scent no longer bothers them.

Don’t over hunt the spot.

Last edited by JohnnyLoco; 01/10/19 03:12 PM.

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Re: Hog calling? [Re: Powpow65] #2702283
01/11/19 06:06 AM
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Thanks Loco. Is there a certain kind of panties you like to wear while hunting boars? Didn't know if thongs may have a better success rate than granny panties etc.

Re: Hog calling? [Re: Powpow65] #2702367
01/11/19 07:16 AM
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Well, panties from the ovulation time frame of a woman but wear them I wouldn’t.

That would be a bad idea.

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Re: Hog calling? [Re: Powpow65] #2702445
01/11/19 08:32 AM
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If you are stalking them and shoot one you can use a hog grunt call the to call back the other hogs if there are any. I have call up to 5 back in, every time I would kill one I grunt and more would come back. I have done this on several stalks. This was something I learned from Barry.

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Re: Hog calling? [Re: Powpow65] #2702496
01/11/19 09:24 AM
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I just always yell SOOOWEEEE PIG PIG PIG a time ot two and they come running!


"In time of war, send me all the Alabamians you can get, but in time of peace, for Lord's sake, send them to somebody else." General Edward H. Plummer

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Re: Hog calling? [Re: Powpow65] #2704369
01/13/19 08:00 AM
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My Granddad used to call his pigs Here piggy piggy and they would come running 🤣🤣


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Re: Hog calling? [Re: Powpow65] #2705002
01/13/19 06:44 PM
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Do you think you could do an instructional video for us?

Re: Hog calling? [Re: Powpow65] #2705101
01/13/19 08:07 PM
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Called these up today:

Bunch of cute piglets, I stopped counting at 27 piglets and maybe 5 sows scattered all over.

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Re: Hog calling? [Re: Powpow65] #2705192
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Re: Hog calling? [Re: Powpow65] #2705802
01/14/19 03:26 PM
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I purchased one of those calls (The Bullet). It broke the first time I took it out. I sent it back. They fixed it real quick and sent it back. I have tried it several times day and night. No luck. It sounds dang good. I have no doubt it works in Texas. Just no luck here yet.

I have lots of luck just using a hog grunt call. It works the best when you kill a big sow with little ones. You can call the little ones back up real easy. Now hitting them is a different story! LOL

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Re: Hog calling? [Re: Powpow65] #2706010
01/14/19 06:21 PM
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I’m kinda low drag, most times I just use a deer grunt like a pig (if) I see them, otherwise I just sit still.

I’ll entertain myself and experiment depending on how far I have to hoof it, the weather, or my mood.

Most times, I just setup off the trail and toss a handful of corn hoping they will stop for a second. I’ve watched hogs walk right over the food on many occassions. They eat when they get ready to eat I guess.

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