Put the sound and taste of real acorns to work for you
Drops real acorns wherever and whenever you want
Hang in front of trail cameras or in front of your tree stand
Deer are just naturally attracted to the sound of dropping acorns. So what better way to attract deer than to hang an Acorn Rage Drop-N- Block that releases real acorns?
Wildgame Innovations has produced a time-released Acorn Dropping block that attracts deer for weeks! Made with real acorns, the Acorn Rage Drop-N- Block allows acorns to drop wherever and whenever you want. Once you use this technology, you’ll see why we say that acorns are the most effective deer attractant in nature.
Isn’t it time you used the sound of falling acorns, plus the taste of real acorns, in your whitetail hunting strategies? Simply hang the Acorn Rage Drop-N-Block in front of trail cameras to maximize scouting pictures or in a clear shooting lane from your tree stand. Get ready for hunting season with the revolutionary Acorn Rage Drop-N-Block! Made in USA.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Buckblas Awesome!!!
Hung one of these in a food plot and the deer tore it up in less than a couple of weeks. I hung it about 6+ feet high and they tore up the tree with their hoofs trying to climb it to get to it. Even the ground was torn up. I just put a camera on it, so I can't wait to see the deer in action. My plan is to put one up every month from now through the end of deer season. Buy them when you can. I bought 4 of them when they went on sale for $3.00 each, awesome deal.
May 27, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by cray8205 Great Investment for the Price
used 2 of this product last year, and had multiple pictures of deer eating product hanging & on the ground after it dropped. Product last for few weeks, and i have already bought one for this season.
September 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by bobcat1 great last long time for the money
i will buy more this is cheap for the deer to return to
July 3, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by RogueHunter Simple concept
This is a great concept of a product that works better than I ever expected. I just followed the instructions and next thing I know I have over 1000 photos of deer and other wildlife right next to my camera compared to the day before.
October 5, 2011