Wildlife Research Center Super Charged Scent Killer Pump Spray
Never leave home without it.
Scent Killer spray is by far the most important tool in my bag for scent control.
December 26, 2012
deer cant smell ya!
i have used this every year from opening day till the last day of the season. i spray down before i go in the woods. and i spray down when i get in my stand or blind because i may sweat a little on my way to my spot. i have had deer no joke like 5 or 10 yards from me just eating and walking around. they had no clue. i dont know what they put in this spray but i am 100% sold! i know that it works and ill use it every single time that i step into the woods or on the edge of a field.
October 25, 2011
never go in without it
i am an avid hunter, from the first day of the season to the very last evening. I always make sure i have scent killer when i go in the woods, it always seems to make me more confident about my scent trail. Lets face it in the early weeks of the deer season in the south mississippi, its hot, and i sweet alot, before scent killer i wouldnt hunt till it got colder. when i first used scent killer, iwas skeptical until one after noon pre rut i bagged a quality 150 lb buck in 15 mph wind down wind. Theres nothing that i have found to work better then this. Theyll never see you comin!
February 17, 2010
Do Not Disturb
If you are hunting deer, it is implied “Do Not Disturb”. Deer are always very cautious and alert to anything different in their area. I have used this product for years. I have had deer walk right up to and under my stand and never notice me. One particularly interesting event happened when a small four point buck walked in on my bow stand. The wind was light , about 5-7mph. He was eating acorns under my stand. He then wondered over and was eating persimmons. He was so close I could hear him crunching the seeds. After about 20 minutes he walked about 10 yards from my bow stand and lay down (I did not shoot him). I sat and watched him the whole time and he never looked up or seemed alerted to my presence. Keep in mind there are steps you need to take to become “invisible”. I wash all my clothes with Scent Killer laundry soap, I shower with the Scent Killer body and hair soap, I spray my clothes down just before I go into the woods (yes, even the bottom of my boots), and I spray my hands and gloves with the Scent Killer odor eliminator. When you are walking in the woods, you will touch leaves and branches and leaving small traces of human odor. Scent Killer is a vital tool in keeping you from disturbing the area.
September 5, 2009