Rated 5 out of 5 by NYbronzeback14 Golden Estrus
I have used this product for two years and this is my third. I have noticed the first two years i would just hang it on a scent wick hoping a buck would smell it but never had any luck. This year i found a scrape and decided to poor a little in it and much different results. I had a spike and a four banger come to this scrape 20 yards from my stand and tear that scrape to pieces. I just came back from checking my camera and there are 3 much bigger bucks hitting this scrape. Will be out hunting in the a.m. Bottom line, if you use this stuff in the right situations it will produce.
November 12, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by stevoman MUST HAVE
I USE THIS PRODUCT EVERY TIME I GO DEER HUNTING.WORKED GREAT WITH A SCRAPE THIS BUCK WAS USING.THE DEER WENT CRAZY LOOKING FOR THE DOE.MADE FOR AN EASY SHOT
June 21, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Scooter123 Must Have
I took a 10 pont in 2008, and a 8 point in 2009 during the rut. Won't hunt the rut without it.
October 25, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by kikkerik proof in the frying pan
I was hunting from my property in a stand I built in a highly pressured area. I had made a mock scrape in a run that came right to my stand about 25 yards from the stand. For the whole Vermont bow season I had added the trails end #307 to my ultimate scrape dripper. I had seen no deer coming though during the daylight hours but did have one come in under me that did not come right out in front of me near nightfall. I was checking my scrape and finding tracks in the scrape in the mornings.
When the rifle season began I was confident that a buck was coming through at this same stand. knowing the rut had started , I had switched to the golden doe estrus in my dripper. I always sprayed my self and boots with hunter's specialties scent killer, and never touched the dripper, or any parts of my stand with my bare hands. It was the day before Thanksgiving which was an early cold morning with no snow on the ground, and I could watch the dripper start dripping when the sun started to hit it. I thought this is perfect ! About 8:30 a.m. I saw something moving under the apple trees on my neighbors land. At first I thought it was a dog , as it was running around with it's head down. Then I saw the horns! I said " I know what your looking for " . The buck back tracked back to the road where they cross and came right up the run to my scrape. He started to sniff the ground, and then was pushing his nose right into the mud snorting and grunting. I aimed the scope right on his neck ... got ready to fire and then he lifted his head and started to sniff the dripper. I shot him in the neck and he tipped over right there.
I am a beleiver ! nice four point buck with a perfect rack . I am hoping to repeat this again this year. Happy hunting.
September 26, 2010