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Last Post 11 Feb 2008 02:02 AM by Olsplittoe. 5 Replies.
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24 Dec 2007 02:08 AM  
going to buy a gallon of this to try next year, heard some good things about it for deer and hogs, any one else use this
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24 Dec 2007 07:28 PM  
you'll get better results with some plain old sweet feed or calf starter
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31 Dec 2007 04:47 PM  
wow this stuff really stinks, dont see how the deer could eat this stuff
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31 Dec 2007 07:29 PM  
My dad use to pour out apple juice or pancake syrup right on the ground. It might not have attracted them but it sure would stop them long enough for a shot. That is really all these type of things are. They sell them as "attractants" but they are really just "distractions" for the deer. The only difference it they charge 4x's the amount.
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15 Jan 2008 10:09 PM  
Get in good with a local grocery store owner, if there is such a thing in your area ("local") and offer to take all of the out of date peanut butter off of their hands. Deer love that stuff.
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11 Feb 2008 02:02 AM  
pour a large container of dry sweetened grape cool-aid over an old stump (not a pine stump) sounds odd but works very well, and the smell lingers a long time, refresh two or three times a year. if the stump is large enough and close enough to water (with in 50-75 yards) you can also put 50lb salt block here as well,,they'll tear it up!!!
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