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Doe estrus use help

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How is it going guys I was just curious on how you use doe estrus ( liquid form on wicks) during the deer season to your advantage. How would you use the wind to get the scent to benefit in relation to where I’m sitting on my treestand. Hope this made sense thank you again guys for the help.

 

 

 

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Most i use them are  is in a scrape dripper for some of my mock scrapes but this year just peeing in them to see if it makes any difference and drags ill use a doe and buck urine drags starting this weekend.

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I do not use anything except fresh earth scent, reason being;  I do not trust anything that says buck of doe urine, I believe that an old buck can smell the difference in actual and fake.

Had many instances in the woods with urine that cause deer to steer away.  Deer will avoid an area if smelling urine indicates that an larger buck may be in area.

Use good scent control, think about what deer would smell in the woods.  Odors that are foreign to animals,  eating at diner, smoking, odors pick up by clothing hung in hallways, coat racks.

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This is the first year anything actually worked for me, I had deer coming up the hill with the wind, ran into my dragline and came right too me. A little bit goes a long way also.

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