Tink's #69 Gel Buck Attractant
As much as I wanted this product to work, it just didn't.
I had a four point walk directly down wind of this product at 20 yds. and never new it was there. I had the tinks set up on my left as I sat in a group of evergreens archery hunting. I saw the buck come in about 60 yds. but by the time he got to me he was behind me. How or why he didn't pick up the scent is beyond me but there were other instances when this stuff didn't work either.
March 3, 2012
I can thank Tinks #69 Gel for helping me take my largest buck to date, a 137inch Indiana 8 point. I had applied the gel to branches about waist high every few yards as I approached my stand. The buck had caught me off guard, I had litterally just sat down in the stand and hung my gear from my ezhanger. The buck busted me as I slowely attempted to raise my muzzleloader, giving me that anxious stairdown, just as he was fixing to bolt he caught a whiff of the Tinks a few yards up the trail and turned his attention to it with his lip curled. That allowed me to take aim and drop the hammer, without Tinks I probably wouldn't be admiring the brute as he hangs from my living room wall now!
November 4, 2011
If its Tink's it is good stuff...effective and more long lasting than the liquid...eliminates need for scent pads if you wish.
November 24, 2010
The bucks come a runnin...the really nice thing about the gel is that it hangs around longer as opposed to the traditional tink liquid which will evaporate and be gone.
November 13, 2007