Scent-Lok

Discussion in 'The Hunting & Fishing Forum' started by jim summers, Jul 23, 2010.

  1. papawed

    papawed New Member

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    Wow, I would never put that skunk scent on my boots, or anything I was going anywhere near home,truck or barn with. I would put 4 or 5 drops of each bottle on an upturned leaf. And I would be sure it was slightly downwind. It was potent stuff.

    My wife smelled it a few times as well. She made her thoughts very clear. It was essentially no dear if she could smell the skunk.
  2. Boris

    Boris Former Guest

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    The first time it ran across my mind that this scent blocker clothing is suspect was when I was in a buddies truck and he let one rip. IT didn't block no scent.... Made me wonder how good the game can smell someone with it on.

    I use natural cover scents. If the ground is not frozen I kick up a bunch of fresh dirt. If I can smell it then it probably covers my scent real good (and deer kick up fresh earth when the scrape). I also stand in the campfire smoke the night before and it covers real good. I have had deer down wind that were obviously sniffing the air come right into me. Sometimes when I am on one of our farms I will start a little warming fire. Best cover scent ever..........
  3. fleetwood1976

    fleetwood1976 Active Member

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    using wind to advantage is the key

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