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Old 12-08-2010, 06:53 PM   #11
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Default Many articles on using ''diesel''

as this thread started; I figured my leg was being pulled.

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I too find this wrong on many levels. Researching, it becomes a wow wee

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Old 12-08-2010, 08:24 PM   #12
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Would that make the hog cook faster or more evenly?
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Old 12-08-2010, 09:20 PM   #13
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I don't know a real hunter that would do this. The harm to wildlife is there long after the corn is gone. And every hunter I know tries to preserve the land. Keeps the hunting good and you are hard pressed to find someone that appreciates nature more than a hunter.

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In Delaware we are allowed to shoot over a baited area for deer. (We have no feral hogs here) (rednecks love bacon). But anyway when you bait an area you should know that atleast half your corn is going to be lost due to colateral damage due to squirrels, turkeys, etc. I never thought of using petroleum products to enhance the flavor and reduce the cooking times of wild game I hunt. Damn it once again those Texians have beaten us to the punch! Are there really any good ideas left to come up with?
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Is it actually diesel fuel or bio diesel? Bio diesel is normally made from left over cooking oil (cotton seed or other natural oil) that is not a petro product.
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Old 12-09-2010, 12:56 PM   #16
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no ......its diesel good ol $3.06 a gallon diesel ....i wish people would just think...because there is such a controversy over baiting , the anti 's dont need more things to put in their bag of tricks. baiting is legal in texas ,but wont be for long if people continue to do stupid sh-t like this
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Idiots! There's always someone that screws it up for the other guy.
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Man wild hog that taste like the tailpipe of my dodge uhmuhm good! He did say east texas!
Yeah he did say East Texas. I've never heard of this practice and if it is going one it's just wrong. However, I can tell you it won't stop the deer from coming around. They chewed right thru the delivery hose on my diesel tank to the point that diesel was flowing out. Now that's a waste of good diesel!!!
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I too have heard of some guy's doing this,but I personally think it would be very stupid to poison the game that you are wanting to take and eat yourself.
Plus,poision every other animal that also decides to eat some of the soaked corn.
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I know guys who spray their fishing lures with WD-40, so I guess I could see this working...
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