Attract trophy-sized hogs with a secret formula attractant that drives them crazy
I've been hunting since the '80s and I've specialized in hunting wild hog 10 years ago. I've used every bait and attractant out there and I can't lie, I've caught quite a lot back in my days. Over the course of the 10 years, I've caught over 1000 wild hogs. However, no bait or attractant I've tried so far would resist rain, snow, or extreme temperatures like Black Fire does and would wear off after just a few days.
As I got older, I kept losing patience waiting for hogs to arrive, so I started testing and developing a new product that would attract them even better and keep them in place for hours. After years of testing throughout the whole of Europe and the USA, I've come up with a unique beechwood tar recipe that hogs of all shapes and sizes just can't resist. Once they've found a tree with Black Fire poured over it, they'll remember it for weeks. Their nightly routine to get a good rub will become as reliable as a rooster's wake up call. During my last year, I've caught 191 hogs with the help of Black Fire. To be honest, some days it just feels like cheating ;)
Made out of 100% natural ingredients it's the perfect attractant not just for hogs, but deer as well. All you have to do is set up your favorite tree, put a trail camera on it, and find out when the hogs are coming in for a rub. It really doesn't get any easier.
Catch alpha wild hog even if they have been avoiding your traps
A wild hog's social and dominant status is based on scent. They love to rub and wallow their bodies against surfaces with strong odors and Black Fire drives them absolutely insane. They just can't resist it and boy, do they find it fast.
Forget the traps, just squeeze and squirt half the bottle on a tree and wait until nightfall. It sticks to anything and stays there for weeks. It does not water down or loses its scent due to weather changes. Hogs love to rub, wallow and eat anything it touches... and they RETURN night after night, giving you the perfect opportunity to capture or take them out.