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    I now have now killed an equal number of whitetail with and without scent attractants.

    All my deer have been 40-60 yard shots. And they've all been walking the same paths, in the same directions, regardless of whether i have attractants out or not.

    No discernible proof that scent attractants do a thing.
    Roosted ain't Roasted.

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    I will sometimes use skunk scent for a cover scent and to keep knotheads from walking up on my set and I use some fox and raccoon as cover scent. I don't use anything much when deer hunting, maybe a buck bomb once in a while(it was given to me)

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    I render the pork fat ... making a bacon chips ... for smell ... to attract Bears




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    How do you use scents when hunting? We want to hear from you!

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    I hang a scent wick with doe estrus within shooting range during the rut and I've had bucks in person and on camera smell the wick.

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