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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-04-2012, 11:28 PM Thread Starter
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scent trailing

who is using a trailing scent to their dp's and what are you using? last year i used salmon oil but thinking of using something else this year. maybe make some of that stinky stuff we all called fish oil as kids and cutting it with fryer grease or something else.

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 05-05-2012, 12:08 AM
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Re: scent trailing

i used the el cheapo fish oil and i put 4 ounces of shellfish oil per gallon of fish oil and it seemed to work good.....i also tried 4 ounces of shell fish oil to 1 gallon used cooking oil and got good results......
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Re: scent trailing

Nothing but straight used cooking oil here, I've added different things in the past (anise, shellfish, root beer extract) found they didn't work better than plain oil for me. Overthinking on my part I believe.

A squirt top from a dishwashing liquid bottle screws right onto a 1 liter iced tea bottle. Makes about the right size to carry, I fill several bottles and just switch the squirt top from one to the other when empty.

Oh and pour your oil through a strainer into the bottles. Nothing like a charbroiled french fry stuck in the tip of your bottle to make your day lol
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Re: scent trailing

dave i use soda bottles with one of those spouts off the water bottles....fill up some extra bottles and when your in need of a fresh one just unscrew the spout and transfer it to the other bottle.....easy and clean....
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