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9 hours ago, skiop said:

If it wasn't strange smelling how come he didn't eat it

How come he didn't eat scent? 

I dunno, you tell us :cheese:


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Vladimir Lenin -  “the goal of socialism is communism.” 

 

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Here's what I told my doctor: hey doc you know I use to be able to write my name in the snow when I peed. Now I just pee on my boots! Sucks getting old.:crazy:

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2 hours ago, Papist said:

How come he didn't eat scent? 

I dunno, you tell us :cheese:

I small round acorn sized ball that supposedly smelled like a real acorn? You  know the reason

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3 hours ago, stubborn1VT said:

I don't think the goal was to have the buck eat the cotton ball.  I think the goal was to get the buck to stand in a spot where he could be shot and killed.  The picture seems to indicate he was successful.  

Ok. Piss on the ground there.....or leave a piece of bacon

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9 minutes ago, skiop said:

I small round acorn sized ball that supposedly smelled like a real acorn? You  know the reason

News Flash - Deer don't eat cotton and you appear to not understand the roll of attractants. Case closed.


When a true genius appears, you can know him by this sign: that all the dunces are in a confederacy against him. Jonathan Swift

Vladimir Lenin -  “the goal of socialism is communism.” 

 

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8 minutes ago, skiop said:

....or leave a piece of bacon

Feel free to post video for us of Deer stopping over Bacon.


When a true genius appears, you can know him by this sign: that all the dunces are in a confederacy against him. Jonathan Swift

Vladimir Lenin -  “the goal of socialism is communism.” 

 

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what's strange about a natural acorn scent?
My nice 3 year old 8 Buck from last season was stopped by some home-brew acorn scent I sprayed in front of my stand.
Never had that happen with mature Bucks when using pee scents
 
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Can we get that recipe for the acorn spray? Think you posted your procedure once before


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6 minutes ago, crappyice said:


Can we get that recipe for the acorn spray? Think you posted your procedure once before
 

Very simple:

I gather up a couple pounds of freshly dropped acorns, split them open a little, and them boiled 'em up for 20ish minutes. You then need to strain off and filter the water (I used coffee filters) if you plan to use it in a spray bottle. Grit will quickly clog the spray otherwise. Some folk throw in bits of twigs and pine into the pot. I suspect the best approach is to include whatever exists in the area being hunted.

The resulting concoction is actually quite sweet. I plan a fresh batch soon and will put a camera over the test spray area.

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When a true genius appears, you can know him by this sign: that all the dunces are in a confederacy against him. Jonathan Swift

Vladimir Lenin -  “the goal of socialism is communism.” 

 

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Oh, be sure and keep any home-brew acorn scent in jar in the refrigerator when not in use. It will develop mold if left out at room temps. I brewed a batch today and sprayed in front of a couple of cameras. First time testing it before the season like this. I will report back in a week with results. Last year was my first year trying it out. Smells great! 

Also, I use the metal mesh coffee filters for straining off particulate. Paper filters don't work.

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When a true genius appears, you can know him by this sign: that all the dunces are in a confederacy against him. Jonathan Swift

Vladimir Lenin -  “the goal of socialism is communism.” 

 

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Did the home brew recipe get pulled form the site or is Tapatalk messin’ with my mind?!? Grabbed a bunch of acorns this morning...not remembering the amount of water, length of time, etc


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3 minutes ago, crappyice said:

Did the home brew recipe get pulled form the site or is Tapatalk messin’ with my mind?!? Grabbed a bunch of acorns this morning...not remembering the amount of water, length of time, etc


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21 hours ago, crappyice said:


Can we get that recipe for the acorn spray? Think you posted your procedure once before
 

Very simple:

I gather up a couple pounds of freshly dropped acorns, split them open a little, and them boiled 'em up for 20ish minutes. You then need to strain off and filter the water (I used coffee filters) if you plan to use it in a spray bottle. Grit will quickly clog the spray otherwise. Some folk throw in bits of twigs and pine into the pot. I suspect the best approach is to include whatever exists in the area being hunted.

The resulting concoction is actually quite sweet. I plan a fresh batch soon and will put a camera over the test spray area.

 

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Did the home brew recipe get pulled form the site or is Tapatalk messin’ with my mind?!? Grabbed a bunch of acorns this morning...not remembering the amount of water, length of time, etc


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Holy crap....now I see it again?!?


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On ‎9‎/‎22‎/‎2018 at 10:41 AM, Papist said:

News Flash - Deer don't eat cotton and you appear to not understand the roll of attractants. Case closed.

Ok. So we are in agreement. It's just a strange unnatural smelling item that peaked his interest. Unless you're claiming deer can identify cotton by sight

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1 minute ago, skiop said:

Ok. So we are in agreement. It's just a strange unnatural smelling item that peaked his interest. Unless you're claiming deer can identify cotton by sight

Acorns smell strange and unnatural to deer?  I hope not.  They generally eat them.  

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21 minutes ago, stubborn1VT said:

Acorns smell strange and unnatural to deer?  I hope not.  They generally eat them.  

Not what was stated 

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I have no idea what’s being argued either, but I do know my wife is gonna kill me when this $hit spills all over her stovetop!
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