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Code Blue Apple Smash Hog Attractant

Item # 776336
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Key Features

  • Delicious apple attractant

  • Keeps hogs coming back for more

  • Simply pour on the ground or in wallows

  • Attracts hogs for days

  • 32-oz. container


Our Price   $9.99

Availability: In Stock

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code_blue No hog can resist the temptation of an orchard of ripe, sweet apples! Code Blue's Apple Smash is sinfully effective at attracting both boars and sows of all sizes. The heavenly blend of apple flavoring and premium ingredients fuse together creating the ultimate temptation hogs can't refuse. One taste of the forbidden fruity liquid is all it takes to keep hogs coming back for more. Pour Apple Smash in wallows, directly on the ground or mix it with feed in shallow holes to attract and hold hogs at your feed site for days. If you've got hogs, you need Apple Smash. 32-oz. container.

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Code Blue Apple Smash Hog Attractant
 
5.0

(based on 1 review)

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5.0

This Stuff Really Works

By FLbuckhunter

from Palm Beach Gardens, FL

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Compact Design
  • Easy Storage
  • Easy To Use
  • Safe
  • Smell

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Hog Hunting
    • Hunting

    Comments about Code Blue Apple Smash Hog Attractant:

    I have used this Swine Wine grape flavor twice, both times I had large hogs fighting over the drip the same night. I opened it and dumped half the bottle on a rotten stump and then hung the bottle over the stump and filled it with water, shake the bottle and poke two small holes in the bottom and one in the top of the container. I then hunted up wind of the sent and boom pig for dinner. I used this after deer season when hogs are not moving in daytime hours, they just cant say no.

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