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Tinks #69 Doe in heat

Old 11-10-2008, 12:37 AM
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Here's a question for you hunters, I have found an old bottle of Tink's #69 Doe In Heat buck lure probably 2yrs old. Would you still use it or throw it away? Does it ever get to old and lose it's punch or is it just as good as when you first buy it. Let me tell you, I took a wiff of it and good God it smells about the same as when I first bought it, Tried to get the wife to take a smell and needless to say it didn't work. Probably a good thing I might have got a good swift kick in the ol'nad's if she did. Any in put would be nice. Got to keep the wife in the hunting mood also so she keeps up withme and my boy. HA HA
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Old 11-10-2008, 04:11 AM
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buy a new one and test them both most likely the older one will smell sour
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Old 11-10-2008, 05:24 AM
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Here's a question for you hunters, I have found an old bottle of Tink's #69 Doe In Heat buck lure probably 2yrs old. Would you still use it or throw it away? Does it ever get to old and lose it's punch or is it just as good as when you first buy it. Let me tell you, I took a wiff of it and good God it smells about the same as when I first bought it, Tried to get the wife to take a smell and needless to say it didn't work. Probably a good thing I might have got a good swift kick in the ol'nad's if she did. Any in put would be nice. Got to keep the wife in the hunting mood also so she keeps up withme and my boy. HA HA
Its not worth messing up a good hunt, trying to use old scent.
Toss it and get fresh.

It might be O.K.

But why chance it?

Good Luck.

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Old 11-10-2008, 05:57 AM
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Supposedly, it's still good as long as the cap was on tight. But like the fellas above said, it's not worth taking the risk. I'd just spring the $6 at Wally World for a new bottle.
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