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Question by mitchskin. Uploaded on October 23, 2010
I use Coad Blue Doe/E and Code Blue Buck Urine on
Tinks Stretch Wicks, and as yeard markers.
Is it the best? I've used it for years with
lots of Bang=Flop All season long
I am a big fan of Buck Bombs in Doe Urine and also in Doe Estrous. I usually do not use the whole can at once, because I think its a waiste.
I usually tag trees with it on the travel route to my treestand. And I also tag trees on possible deer travel routes. It is a great dispersion system to control where you want to put scent.
Tinks 69 works well for me
I have never noticed any difference in the various buck lure products on the market. I may think differently when I actually see a buck with his nose up against an artificially scented marker.
I use Tink's and Coad Blue and Buck Bamb on my lease and most all my Day-Hunters also! with great Deer takes it pulls thoes old boys out of the swamps when the Pre-Rut and Rut is on. Good Hunting To All.
Up until this season i've seen better reactions to Code Blue, I've also had some good luck on my trail cam with A-Way outdoor products scent web, but this year I am trying Wildlife research center's special golden estrous! I've heard nothing but amazing things from it since it was bottled and made for this years rut! Im also going to try the buck bomb, i've heard good thing about it too.. but go to a walmart or somewhere and look at what they sale. Try and get either the more expensive or different stuff, because most hunters are going to buy the cheapest stuff, so in a sense you might have more luck and it might be more foreign to the deer. Goodluck!
doe-in-heat or doe estrus scent is the best to use during the rut because a buck is looking for a hot doe right now, that is why he is flying from swamp to woods to cornfield to set aside land, he wants a doe to breed, as far as brand I am still trying to find a good one
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