Hunter's Specialties H.S. Scents Primetime Doe Estrus Scent Wafers
Scent wafers work well
Over the years I've tried numerous attractants--the scent wafers are BY FAR the easiest to work with and they WORK...combined with an appropriate grunt during the right time of the year has yielded numerous critters coming into my stand. I have witnessed both does and bucks sniffing these disks. The best part--you can use them over and over and they continue to be effective. The container allows for easy and clean storage at the cabin.
October 19, 2009
I have to say this is a great product for the money it has a very strong smell and i have seen alot of deer using this product.buy one
June 29, 2007
I had tried clipping one of these wafers to myself while out one evening as a tested cover scent. I had heard movement frequently around my stand, but not close enough or in the open enough to see well. Soon as it started getting dark, I climbed from my stand, something darted off. As I neared the edge of the woods, heard something again. Later I heard of stories of bucks attacking humans with estrus on their body. I don't recommend that....at all. I instead started placing a wafer at key locations around my stand. Within a couple weeks I had gotten one nice 8 and a little 4. I didn't like smelling of this at all either.
January 28, 2008
Worked for me!!
I've used several different types of "lures" and have never really had any luck.....even when there are bucks in the area. I used these wafers the past year for the first time and had 2 different bucks come right up to the wafer within 10 minutes of each other and 30 minutes of sitting there. It obviously works because they went right to it and pressed their nose against it. They don't look like much but seem to work. I've used tinks, code blue, all different gels, you name it. Nothing has ever seemed to work other than this. A little hint......if there are no bucks in the area.....it probably isn't going to pull them from miles away. If you have bucks around.....they'll come looking.
February 5, 2008