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Well, we went to the local "Rural King" store the other day and got some deer pee. We got some doe-in-estrouse, some dominant buck pee, and some "Active Scrape" from Wildlife Research Center and Hunter's Specialties. I know that I should use the dominant buck pee during the pre-rut and I should use the doe estrouse during peak rut. But I don't know when to use the Active scrape scent. It says to use it in a pee-dripper (which we already have.) Oh and what are some good tacticks for useing the pee on a hunt? Any help would be appriciated.

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from steve182 wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

Make a mock scrape and sprinkle the "active scrape" in it, or use it to freshen up an existing scrape, which will "piss-off" the buck who made it. This may make him more succeptible to your rattle and grunt calls, if you use them. Hunt downwind of the scrapes.

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from dplummer wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

I use active scrape in the dripper above scrapes that I find around my stand. The heat of the sun expands the dripper and continuously freshens the existing scrape during the day. It will make the deer whose territory has been "invaded" check the scrape more often in the day giving you a better chance of seeing the buck who made the original scrape.

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from hjohn429 wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

Thanks a lot guys. This will help a lot.

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from steve182 wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

Make a mock scrape and sprinkle the "active scrape" in it, or use it to freshen up an existing scrape, which will "piss-off" the buck who made it. This may make him more succeptible to your rattle and grunt calls, if you use them. Hunt downwind of the scrapes.

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from dplummer wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

I use active scrape in the dripper above scrapes that I find around my stand. The heat of the sun expands the dripper and continuously freshens the existing scrape during the day. It will make the deer whose territory has been "invaded" check the scrape more often in the day giving you a better chance of seeing the buck who made the original scrape.

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from hjohn429 wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

Thanks a lot guys. This will help a lot.

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