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Anyone use this stuff? Found it in bass pro on my way back from vacation and figured it couldn’t hurt. I got the top, bottom and gloves. It’s a very thin base layer. I use permethrin spray but have still had the bastards on me.

 

 

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Ha. Just post a tick thread myself.  Never saw that stuff before but Culver has mentioned it 

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Bought Rynoskin last summer, after getting bit by Lyme tick. Wouldn't leave home without it.

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I hate Black Flies! I got Attacked bad in PA near a Stream while Turkey Hunting. As far as pain goes- they are equal to a Hornet. 

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I hate Black Flies! I got Attacked bad in PA near a Stream while Turkey Hunting. As far as pain goes- they are equal to a Hornet. 

I don’t think they were black flies, they don’t hurt so much as itch for days and days and days and days...


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I’ve worn them all day and they’re very comfortable, my only complaint is that the shirt rides up while walking even after being tucked in.


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If they are as good on ticks as they are on black flies i'd risk the money. They say they are and I will be wearing them in tick areas while hunting. Especially since I just got a bite while down in Georgia. Go figure, I can't tell you how many deer I have cut up and areas I have been around that were loaded with ticks and never got a bite. Go to Georgia for a weekend for QDMA convention and get bit while in their mowed lawn. 

I will say one thing though. I DID get some mosquito bites through the stuff. I am sure it helped some on them but they can get through it. To me if I had this on and sat with a thermacell, it should be about 100% care free. 

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1 hour ago, Culvercreek hunt club said:

If they are as good on ticks as they are on black flies i'd risk the money. They say they are and I will be wearing them in tick areas while hunting. Especially since I just got a bite while down in Georgia. Go figure, I can't tell you how many deer I have cut up and areas I have been around that were loaded with ticks and never got a bite. Go to Georgia for a weekend for QDMA convention and get bit while in their mowed lawn. 

I will say one thing though. I DID get some mosquito bites through the stuff. I am sure it helped some on them but they can get through it. To me if I had this on and sat with a thermacell, it should be about 100% care free. 

The manufacturer mentioned that the Ryno will not stop mosquitos, but as long as those little Lyme bastards don't get us, we will be good.

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The manufacturer mentioned that the Ryno will not stop mosquitos, but as long as those little Lyme bastards don't get us, we will be good.

I hope they help with mosquitoes, they had 2 different types one was half the price the other was and the cheaper one didn’t say anything about mosquitoes but the more expensive one did so I got the more expensive ones. 989e9d44b0497e50363288240a41f423.jpg


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i wear Under Armour heat gear and use a thermocell. seems to work.


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Just sprayed my Camo and Daypack with Sawyer's.
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That’s not like the yellow spray bottle I ever used?


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My 9 yr old is taking antibiotics for a tic that was in his head for 4 days. 24 hrs after leaving Letchworth my son was complaining about his head stomach and neck hurting. Figured it was a stomach bug until a few days later when we found a huge tick in the bank of his head.

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My 9 yr old is taking antibiotics for a tic that was in his head for 4 days. 24 hrs after leaving Letchworth my son was complaining about his head stomach and neck hurting. Figured it was a stomach bug until a few days later when we found a huge tick in the bank of his head.
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MOTHER F’ers...so sorry!


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My 9 yr old is taking antibiotics for a tic that was in his head for 4 days. 24 hrs after leaving Letchworth my son was complaining about his head stomach and neck hurting. Figured it was a stomach bug until a few days later when we found a huge tick in the bank of his head.
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Same thing happened to my daughter 2 years ago. She complained about a small bump on her head to both her grandmother and mother. By the time I was told about it it was almost a week later. Took a quick look knew exactly what it was and we where at emergency care in less than an hour.

They took it out of her and gave her the antibiotics as well. She did not get Lyme disease from it. Hoping and praying for the same outcome for your son.


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Thanks guys. Fingers crossed he doesn't end up with lyme disease so far he's been feeling 100% better since starting the antibiotics. I really wish they would have tested the tick so we could have a peace of mind.

Moho I'm really glad your daughter didn't get lyme disease. 

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The Wood or Dog Ticks go for Thick Hair Areas. I have had plenty of Deer Ticks on me and all were on Bare areas  and hard to see areas. Hope no one gets Lyme Disease here. Symptoms to look for first is a Horrible Headache in the very back of your Brain, Double Vision and Twitching eyes, unable to walk without falling. I found my Deer Tick still in my Lower back. I felt a strange itch that would not stop and checked it too late. Tested Positive for Lyme Disease. Antibiotics in time. 

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Yeah they got me a few years back, horrible headache, muscle pain and fever. Took my Ned's like a good boy and won't leave the house now withoit those Rhynos.

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Sawyers spray on anything not Elimitick clothing... Knock on wood, been years since I saw a tick on me doing this method.

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I had a conversation with a guy down to work and i asked him that why if they can make a pill for dogs and cats to help prevent tick bites. You would figure that they can make something for people.  

Me and my youngest daughter both got bit 3 yrs ago. We both ended up with lyme  luckily no long term side affects for her or myself.

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I had a conversation with a guy down to work and i asked him that why if they can make a pill for dogs and cats to help prevent tick bites. You would figure that they can make something for people.  
Me and my youngest daughter both got bit 3 yrs ago. We both ended up with lyme  luckily no long term side affects for her or myself.

There was a three series of shots(1; 2 a month later; 3 12 months after 1) for people. I got the last dose and then it was discontinued(that’s comforting!)- I have never had lyme and yet many ticks on me and attached. I do however have a 6th toe on my left foot but it’s worth it!


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Quick update, putting the pants on the 2nd day I noticed a seam in the crotch that had about a 3” rip in it. I emailed Ryno skin explaining the situation and asking if there was any warranty. I received a response within minutes asking for my address and that a new pair would be in the mail to me ASAP. I received the new pants in 3 days after the first email. So far I have nothing but great things to say about the product and their service, and they’re made in the USA!


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21 hours ago, crappyice said:


There was a three series of shots(1; 2 a month later; 3 12 months after 1) for people. I got the last dose and then it was discontinued(that’s comforting!)- I have never had lyme and yet many ticks on me and attached. I do however have a 6th toe on my left foot but it’s worth it!


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always wanted 6 toes.  I tend to get stumped trying to count to number 11.  I guess we all have our limitations.

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always wanted 6 toes.  I tend to get stumped trying to count to number 11.  I guess we all have our limitations.

That’s why men are smarter than women...we can all get to 21 (even without an extra special tick prevention toe!)


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