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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 12-08-2015, 02:09 AM Thread Starter
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Had some delivered to the house. Never opened the shipping box, stinking the whole house up. LOL Put it outside on the porch. Any chance of this freezing? Don't know what I will do if so.
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Haha, I bet the delivery people just love us! I've kept mine in an unheated shed throughout the winter and was fine. The weather isn't supposed to get too bad before fisher season. I put mine in another bigger glass (not plastic) jar that seals good, seems to help contain the smell a little more.
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just a dab behind your ear is all it takes!!

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Thought the wife was going to kill me!! LOL Wished I had it during Trick or Treat. What fun I could've had!!
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I've been catching fox with it this week. I can smell my set 50 yards away :-) Don't need to rebait after multiple catches :-)

I got it to try for fisher myself after two years with no luck. Seems a lot of guys like gusto for fisher. Good luck to you!
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I've been catching fox with it this week. I can smell my set 50 yards away :-) Don't need to rebait after multiple catches :-)

I got it to try for fisher myself after two years with no luck. Seems a lot of guys like gusto for fisher. Good luck to you!
Than you Sir! Counting down the days until the time to go. Feels like waiting for the first day of Deer all over again. LOL
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I've been catching fox with it this week. I can smell my set 50 yards away :-) Don't need to rebait after multiple catches :-)

I got it to try for fisher myself after two years with no luck. Seems a lot of guys like gusto for fisher. Good luck to you!
Than you Sir! Counting down the days until the time to go. Feels like waiting for the first day of Deer all over again. LOL
and that was just a week ago XD. When it rains in pours i guess.

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I got a dozen bottles in the other day for the shop, the shop smelled so bad we had to put it in the ammo container that we use to store skunk tincture in.
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I got a dozen bottles in the other day for the shop, the shop smelled so bad we had to put it in the ammo container that we use to store skunk tincture in.
Furcatcher, did that help? I will be driving 2 hours in an SUV to go to the spot I have. Other than tying the stuff outside the vehicle, I am running out of ideas. It still is in the shipping box and stinking! LOL
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Re: Gusto

Ziplock bag with cedar chips in it....

16-17 numbers
fox 0
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mink 0
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