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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-23-2010, 12:02 AM Thread Starter
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Scent dripper

Anybody ever have any luck with one of those scent drippers? if so how did you use it??

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Re: Scent dripper

They are great for creating an "area of interest". We use buck or doe urine in them.

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Re: Scent dripper

I use them all the time. I just put a new one out two weeks ago. I made a mock scrape, urinated in the scrape and put 4 oz of buck urine in the dripper. Usually lasts a good 2-3 weeks for me. Good Luck

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Re: Scent dripper

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I use them all the time. I just put a new one out two weeks ago. I made a mock scrape, urinated in the scrape and put 4 oz of buck urine in the dripper. Usually lasts a good 2-3 weeks for me. Good Luck
you actually urinated in the scrape?
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you actually urinated in the scrape?
I do it often as well. Doesn't seem to bother the bucks much. They keep hitting it as usual. Lot cheaper than the bottled stuff.

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Re: Scent dripper

Arrrgh.... And I was just at Gander where they have a 3 pack of 2oz bottles of code red for $9.... which would have been perfect for this... I opted for my usual 1oz of Tinks which I've had decent success with. I may run out and get a 3 pack if it rains one evening this week...
Which would you use with the rut coming? Buck or doe urine?

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Re: Scent dripper

I've seen some articles recently with guys doing this. I also saw an article by a top deer researcher/hunter who said he also urinates as an attractant scent for deer. He also said no need to worry about urinating near your stand as it breaks up or decomposes very quickly...

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anybody using Code Blue Grave digger scrape maker? any success?
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Re: Scent dripper

I spent years bringing a bottle to pee in. Red a research paper by some guy in Missouri. Said no deterrent but attracts. Been seeing from stand and had plenty of deer not spooked. Had tons of deer and not one deer scared. Pee in scrapes and bucks still work scrape.
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post #10 of 11 (permalink) Old 10-26-2010, 12:06 AM
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Re: Scent dripper

I think it all depends if you are using medication currently, also I would think that drinking coffee would also change the smell of things too
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