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My Awesome Early Season Scents

Old 09-30-2012, 05:08 PM
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Okay, so get tink's scent bombs or what ever you use for scents, and put anise extract/immitation vanilla extract in it ( either one will work ) it's the best early season scent you can put out. Why? Because what do you think a doe will do when she smells tink's 69 at a scrape early season? She'll be like woah, that ain't right ( does aren't in heat until late October, November timeframe ( in my area ). Just thought I should put this out there for anyone who doesn't know.
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Old 10-12-2012, 09:04 PM
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Okay, so get tink's scent bombs or what ever you use for scents, and put anise extract/immitation vanilla extract in it ( either one will work ) it's the best early season scent you can put out. Why? Because what do you think a doe will do when she smells tink's 69 at a scrape early season? She'll be like woah, that ain't right ( does aren't in heat until late October, November timeframe ( in my area ). Just thought I should put this out there for anyone who doesn't know.
I don't use anything until the pre-rut. In MI usually starts last week of OCT. Pre-rut I use a "James Valley" scent called "Wallhanger" excellent results, and when the rut shows, I use the "Doe-in-heat". If the bucks in your area will react to scents, these I have found get "me" the best results. i've been hunting for over 35 years (which means nothing to you) but they have produced the best, and I've used all the top of the line. Just my 2 cents.
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Old 10-21-2012, 06:06 PM
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I'm with tight. IMO no scent is the best scent. I try to keep myself and the area as scent free as possible. But about now, toward the end of Oct. I will start putting out some buck urine on a wick within bow range of my stand. Any buck who detect it will want to check out the intruder. Then come the first week in Nov I will occasionally use Trail's End 307 (very similar to your scent with anise oil in it).
I say occasionally because I put my stands near know buck corridors where they run back and forth looking to hot does. My best day ever was when I had let 6 individual buck pass on the same trail finally sticking an arrow into #7 - an old heavy 8 pt.
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