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    Question Ontario OUT of DOORS Poll - Which scent attractants do you prefer?

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    How do you use scents when hunting - we want to know Which scent attractants do you prefer??

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    since most natural scents are banned in Ont...we hope you don't get to many 'natural' hits Emily : )
    Arte et marte (By Skill and by Fighting)...The RCEME motto

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    It doesn't say which one you use, but which one you prefer Mike

    I only used once fresh natural doe urine in estrus, from a local farm, when we were able to use it and see it worked. I saw a buck coming my way with the wind in his nose so I spayed it until he was close enough to go to the butcher, it kept his nose up the all-time..... Not sure if the scent was just covering mine or if the scent was driving him stupid.
    Hard to believe some of us would think scent don't work, I mean that what animal use to interact with each other....

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    Oh yea they work..seen them work many times..it's amazing to watch a buck wander up and stick his nose on a wick.
    Arte et marte (By Skill and by Fighting)...The RCEME motto

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    Last edited by mr meat; May 18th, 2016 at 06:54 PM.

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    I think a deers' nose is so sensitive that a cover scent just adds another level to your own scent, kind of like adding fried onions to your venison tenderloin adds another layer of scent, but doesn't cover it up. I still use them though.
    John

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    I save tarsal glands off harvested deer, keep them frozen till use. Use as drag or upwind Doesn't get much more natural than that. old243

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    Also do not see question number two, listed. old243

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    I picked natural because I use to use them with good results, I have had no luck with synthetic. One brand you would swear was cheap perfume so I don't use anything now

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    Quote Originally Posted by old243 View Post
    I save tarsal glands off harvested deer, keep them frozen till use. Use as drag or upwind Doesn't get much more natural than that. old243
    According to the regs; you may not uses the glands legally to hunt with.

    In order to prevent the introduction of Chronic Wasting

    Disease, products that contain bodily f luids (urine, gland oil,
    feces, saliva, etc.) of a member of the deer family (including
    deer, moose, and elk) are not permitted to be possessed or
    used for the purposes of hunting in Ontario. Hunters are
    allowed to possess and use artificial or plant-based products
    that can attract wildlife or be used as a cover scent.
    Arte et marte (By Skill and by Fighting)...The RCEME motto

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