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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 08-31-2012, 11:53 PM Thread Starter
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Re: Mock Scrapes

best thing to use in a mock scrape or an existing scrape is.......your own fresh urine......it WORKS!!!!

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Yep, tested and true.

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Yep, tested and true.
the woods are full of urine, how come nobody bottles and sells chipmunk urine as a cover scent

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Re: Mock Scrapes

I don't question the value of peeing in scrapes, but how many of you guys pee on licking branches?

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Usually an 8 ft stepladder works for that,just dont lick the branches afterward.......
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I don't question the value of peeing in scrapes, but how many of you guys pee on licking branches?

Steve.

by the time they get close enough to lick that branch your arrow should have already been on the way.

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I don't question the value of peeing in scrapes, but how many of you guys pee on licking branches?

Steve.
by the time they get close enough to lick that branch your arrow should have already been on the way.
True words, and just as true no matter what kind of pee you wet the dirt with.

This isn't an either/or proposition. And the idea of using pre-orbital gland lure is way bigger than using it as a hunting lure. But the truth is that applying his pre-orbital gland lure is the number one activity a buck engages in at a scrape.

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Re: Mock Scrapes

thats true too,
and its something that just might keep the buck at the scrape long enough for the proper shot if it comes in at a bad angle.

every trick we keep in our little book of secrets just might tip the odds in our favor some day.

i also like to rub the needles on pine branches until i can smell the pine scent, that also works as a cover scent for us and a curiosity scent for the deer.

BONUS...its free to use too.

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Re: Mock Scrapes

Steve...i have been a P in scrape guy for 5 years, but after reading your articles in D&DH...I might spend a little on orbital gland just to see the difference in results.




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