C'Mere Deer® Attractant - Concentrate
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Stops 'em DEAD in their tracks!
This liquid botanical and synthesized chemical extract is proven to draw deer. The concentration of minerals and extracts works even when bucks are out of rut, because it's a powerful forage-based stimulant -- not a sex attractant. Spurs animals to instinctively seek out food, both on and below the ground's surface. Unique blend of plant and root extracts and mineral stabilizers gives you the opportunity to take aim while the animal paws, digs, and roots, trying to get to the food source. Quart size concentrate makes 2 gallons liquid; half-gallon size: 4 gallons liquid; gallon size: 8 gallons liquid.
Rated 2.6 out of 5 by 27
Rated 1 out of 5 by hbdawg Just hype
This stuff is expensive but I will try almost anything once. I put this down at the top of my food plot and recorded using a trail camera as well as observed from a tree stand for a week. Nothing touched it. The deer, turkey, raccoons, and squirrels grazed all in the food plot but left the c'mere deer untouched. Save your money this stuff is all hype and totally useless.
September 11, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by ohiobuckchases Worked for me
I used the cmere deer powder. I mixed it with a bag of corn last yr. I poured the liquid cmere deer over it and i had good results. At times the deer actually ate around the corn to get at the cmere deer. I was very skeptical at first. I hunt in a thicket with lots of nearby corn and soybean fields. I dont have alot of white acorns and im not sure of the mineral content of the area i hunt, I think that has alot to do with the success of this product. Ive had success with the deer cane product as well. The doe i shot was eating the cmere deer during early Oct.
September 19, 2009
Rated 1 out of 5 by Bigbuck28 worst stuff ever
I sprayed this stuff on everything like it says and even on my corn and it ran the deer off corn still there after the season.
August 3, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by stumpjumper good if you use it right.
i used this product last season and didnt get any thing, so i tryed it again this year, but instead of pouring it on the ground, i put it in a spray bottle so that when u sprayed it some of the scent would carry through the air, making a trail for the deer to follow, the scent wasnt as strong, but ill be darned if it didnt bring in 20 does, 14 bucks(one of which is in my freezer) and some squirrels. if u use it right, u will have great success.
November 24, 2008
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