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#2258054 - Tue Jun 07 2011 12:59 PM Re: kool aid [Re: Lifes2Fun]
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 Originally Posted By: Lifes2Fun
 Originally Posted By: beaglespackers
I have heard of people using kool aid as a deer attractant...does anyone know if it works or what flavors are the best to use?

That would be unlawful
You may not use a food for enticement for deer unless you remove it and its residue 30 days prior to hunting the area.


Your no Fun no more since you became a WCO

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#2258122 - Tue Jun 07 2011 02:18 PM Re: kool aid [Re: mathewsarcher]
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 Originally Posted By: mathewsarcher
 Originally Posted By: Lifes2Fun
 Originally Posted By: beaglespackers
I have heard of people using kool aid as a deer attractant...does anyone know if it works or what flavors are the best to use?

That would be unlawful
You may not use a food for enticement for deer unless you remove it and its residue 30 days prior to hunting the area.




Where did he say he was going to hunt over it? Just because your attracting deer dose not mean your hunting them.

To the OP just put out a mineral block.
Where did he say he wasn't??
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#2258136 - Tue Jun 07 2011 02:27 PM Re: kool aid [Re: coyoterook]
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 Originally Posted By: coyoterook
it never does take long until the HPA police show up with their badge a blazin .... thats for sure ...


What badge was blazing? A WCO told him the law- its up to him now to follow it.
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#2258163 - Tue Jun 07 2011 02:50 PM Re: kool aid [Re: Guest3]
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beagles, since only the first reply actually attempted to answer the question you asked, i'll add this: I have never heard of kool aid being used as an attractant, however, I have heard of instant pudding mix being used and i know it does work. Give us a little more insight as to your intentions and maybe we can answer the questions as they come up instead of fabricating reasons why you might be asking
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#2258193 - Tue Jun 07 2011 03:01 PM Re: kool aid [Re: Lifes2Fun]
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 Originally Posted By: Lifes2Fun
 Originally Posted By: beaglespackers
I have heard of people using kool aid as a deer attractant...does anyone know if it works or what flavors are the best to use?

That would be unlawful
You may not use a food for enticement for deer unless you remove it and its residue 30 days prior to hunting the area.
So, since it's still long before 30 days until the season starts, it's OK for the OP to whip up a batch of fruit punch and pour it all over a log, right?
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#2258199 - Tue Jun 07 2011 03:04 PM Re: kool aid [Re: Danesdad]
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Last year, I was out scouting some spots right before archery started and I climbed a potential tree for a stand, but halfway up my canteen, which happened to be filled with grape kool aid, fell off of my belt and spilled all over the ground. Would I be breaking a law hunting from this tree?
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#2258228 - Tue Jun 07 2011 03:46 PM Re: kool aid [Re: Danesdad]
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I Googled "kool aid for deer". Low and behold there were a number of links that discussed it. Grape is a favorite of deer. They also discussed peanut butter.

Regardless, Lifes2Fun pretty much summed it up for all of us. Not to hard to understand.

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#2258281 - Tue Jun 07 2011 04:49 PM Re: kool aid [Re: Getinearly]
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 Originally Posted By: Getinearly
Regardless, Lifes2Fun pretty much summed it up for all of us. Not to hard to understand.


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#2258283 - Tue Jun 07 2011 04:53 PM Re: kool aid [Re: PADingo]
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 Originally Posted By: PADingo
 Originally Posted By: Getinearly
Regardless, Lifes2Fun pretty much summed it up for all of us. Not to hard to understand.




I Don't Get it, Can you Explain?

Where is there Kool aid involved in that sign

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#2258287 - Tue Jun 07 2011 04:55 PM Re: kool aid [Re: Woodywoodduck]
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You have to wait until July...
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