I'm trying to help out a friend of mine. He owns a cattle ranch and sells the meat (burger, steaks, roasts all the cuts etc) The challenge is that he runs an organic/pest-free/grain-free ranch and they busted their behind to get that cert and it's a pain to keep it. Inspectors come out and search high and low for a single dang grain of corn. He's got an obvious hog problem and they are tearing up his alfalfa and winter rye pastures something fierce. I did a recon of the area earlier this week and did ID some fresh hog tracks near a stock tank (hog not deer) and could see where they are crossing from one fenced pasture to the tank and back. I also have a good idea where they're coming from - there's a creek bottom that crosses a neighbors pasture across the road into his pastures. I've got a gen 3 PVS-14 and DBAL on one of my SBR, but I'm moving it over to my AR-10 so I've got green eyes and an IR laser which I'm very comfortable running. But I've got a couple of challenges. No trees or place to put a tree stand, so I'm hoping the hogs are patterning true to their rootin' and activity near the stock tank. I've established some fire lanes as well as some no-go areas due to structures. I want to be thinking ahead and so should general luck and patterning fail, has anyone been in a situation where you can't bait with corn or any other grain? Any ideas on what I could use to try and get some concentration?