Wildlife Research Center Super Charged Scent Killer Pump Spray
The little things count
If you go out and expect to see deer, you better have sprayed down with scent killer. I think both the scent killer and evolve dead down wind are pretty equal. But without taking the right steps to contain your scent that trophy your seeking will smell you and be gone before you even see him.
February 25, 2009
Smell you later
Havn't been hunting in years, had to buy almost everything new, I smelt that way too.
Read the reviews here and found Scent KIller to be rated very well.
I myself was in doubt about it, but I bought the small bottle to try it. What did I have to lose but a few bucks, money bucks that is.
I drove 6 hours to the U.P. of Michigan to deer hunt at a friends hunting camp. He hunts everything, so he is a well seasoned hunter. He laughed about my scent killer.
Well after the third day he saw nothing. Me though, I saw a couple small bucks. Him, still nothing after 6 days.
Scent Killer worked for me, it seemed to cover the scent of a new parka, bibs and any other odors that were on me.
Well it worked until I took out some Cheez-its for a snack. A deer came almost into full view then caught a scent, snorted and walked off before I could even see what it was.
Good luck, good hunting.
November 25, 2008
I have used this product for six years on my boots, packs, bow, treestand, and my non-Scent-Lok clothing and it makes me invisible to basically every critter out there. Staying scent free is one of my most important tactics to help me get close to warry public land deer and W.R.C. Scent Killer gets the job done for me every time.
God bless and good hunting!
July 28, 2008
I have used this product for many seasons and just last bow season it was put to the test, I had mature 16 point buck ( i know he was 16 points because we found the sheds and got trail cam pictures of him) come within 20 yards of me, unfortunatly i missed (talk about heartache). Of all the years ive used it ive had one deer bust me, thats good for 5 years in the woods.
July 22, 2008