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I have to agree i made at least 20 buy now and made them harder and more perfect the more i made and i still cant stop them from melting to the ground in just a few weeks the weather just dose it and i have done the suger way and the surp way with the same results and yes coon love them i got some cool pic with my tral camara and some when it fell to the ground of deers and coyot like them to but this is my opinion if they work good for you more power to you and i just use coon potion now and love it and last forever if u maker ur feeders right


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the best stuff i made was with the buck jam and i have not made any after that one of those blocks is still in the shape of a block i did not use any water. i had some feeders along the river but when it floods or someone find them they are gone.


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i did this and i made the coon block but the only thing ill add is if itaint setting right..put it in the fridge overnight


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has anybody tried Fusion Prodigy coon attractant. you can buy it off of vally creek hunting supply


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Sometimes a guy just likes to make a big mess out of the shop :lol:


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 07, 2008 10:44 am 
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4 cups sugar
2 cups water
1 1/2 cups light corn syrup
put all into a pan and bring to a boil. useing a candy thermometer bring to 300 deg. about 20 to 30 min.

at this point put in what ever you want.
ive used 1 qt of cracked corn or 1 qt of corn/dog food ground up. the key is only 1 qt per mix.
it will make a 2 qt block.
I also put in 1 tablespoon of Vanilla extract and I have been using two of those little cups of grape flavored crystal light right before I pour into the mold. I just put in a hook to hang it from a tree.
This works well but if its real hot or it rains alot it will melt them down..

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Hey idk if i did this right but its been cooling and it is still real watery why is this?

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you have to make sure that it gets up to 300+ for a little bit


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i tryed this and put 3quarts of original sugar, and another quart of brown sugar

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i screwed up and let mine boil over, got that crap all in my brand new stainless steel sink, thank god hot water dissolves it after about an hour of spraying it with hot water from the lil sprayer beside my faucet, and to what was on my floor, counter, cabinets, MY HAND! it had dry and scraped off, with a case knife! yeah it was a ruff night tonight, but as the old saying goes $#!+ happens! and i paid the price big time! that stuff is a big gooey mess!


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Made some coon blocks today wit the recipe for this forum they turned out great !!!! one thing is I always taste the things i put out to feed and almost kept one for myself the grape koolaide ,vanilla,and wild plum jam that will cure any sweet tooth will keep yall posted on how they work ,gonna put the camera out in a few days


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I make sugar syrup all the time to feed to my bees. do your wife & yourself a favor. buy a big pot at a flea market & a hot plate & do this outside or in your workshop. no matter how careful I was there was always some type of residue on the stove. happy wife = happy life.


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