The Why and How of Mock Scrapes - The Outdoor Community
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Sweet read but I wish they would have mentioned Pre-Orbital scents. Pre-orbital is the best scent to use when I make mock scrapes, this scent is from the gland near the deer's eye. When you watch a deer make a scrape they usually rub the branch near their face, this scent is one that would be extremely hard to mimic and one that is critical when making a scrape. My opinion, I would bet I could get more activity from a scrape with only pre-orbital scent compared to a scrape with only urine.
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