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A friend and I came across a run of scrapes. I set up a trail cam and he pulled out buck scent that looked like underarm rub.

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  • A friend and I came across a run of scrapes. I set up a trail cam and he pulled out buck scent that looked like underarm rub.

    GEAR REVIEW;

    I never seen this before. Any of you guys familiar with this product. He rub it on the over hanging branches above the scrape.
    Pretty Cool!
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  • #2
    In line with my previous "gimmick" question, hah. I have seen stuff like this, but never tested it. Never used any scent products in general. I wonder if you could kill two bird with one stone if you put into on your own armpits.

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    • #3
      They also make a product called VS1. I have a buddy who swears by it. He kills a decent buck on a hard hunted piece of public ground every year with a bow. He says it brings them in on a string. I don't know myself. I'll stick with acorn cover scent.

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      • #4
        Nothing works 100% of the time,cover scent,mock scrapes,elevated or blind stands ,it's all really a matter of choice to what you think helps work in your favor,that in its self is an advantage,just believing.There will always be new techniques or equipment evolving into better products.Some will stand the test of time,others may never catch on. That's Deer Hunting,

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        • #5
          Originally posted by JM View Post
          In line with my previous "gimmick" question, hah. I have seen stuff like this, but never tested it. Never used any scent products in general. I wonder if you could kill two bird with one stone if you put into on your own armpits.
          I've read a couple studies that says the majority of human scent is spread by breathing. Every breath pumps a cloud of scent out into the air.

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          • #6
            Father/son friends of mine who strictly bowhunt use that evercalm a lot. According to them it does exactly what the name says. They get a whiff. Wag their tail and relax. They linger and mill around. I don't use it because by the time they are in my rifle kill zone they're either free to go or dead.

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            • #7
              I've used it for the past (3)yr with good success, I get my three deer for the season. I'm happy the freezer is full and my full time woman gets one also. If she only stop wearing them darn fishing lures ear rings in the woods. LOL

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              • #8
                Originally posted by JM View Post
                In line with my previous "gimmick" question, hah. I have seen stuff like this, but never tested it. Never used any scent products in general. I wonder if you could kill two bird with one stone if you put into on your own armpits.
                I wouldn't argue with that. I generally breath out of my nose while hunting for that reason.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by JM View Post
                  In line with my previous "gimmick" question, hah. I have seen stuff like this, but never tested it. Never used any scent products in general. I wonder if you could kill two bird with one stone if you put into on your own armpits.
                  But the exhale is still coming from the same place, JM. Is your thinking that your nasal passages serve as some sort of scent filter? (Just playing devil's advocate for the sake of conversation.)

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                  • #10
                    Don't leave that stuff on the shelf next to your deodorant.

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                    • #11
                      I guess the underarm deodorant buck scent rubbed on the over hanging scrape tree branch works.
                      Check out the photo below.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by JM View Post
                        In line with my previous "gimmick" question, hah. I have seen stuff like this, but never tested it. Never used any scent products in general. I wonder if you could kill two bird with one stone if you put into on your own armpits.
                        No, my thinking is that I am generally chewing gum or jerky or something, and breathing through your nose will bypass a lot of the scent contained in your mouth(obviously you will still pick up scent from shared linings, etc). Also, I feel like I can control my breathing better while breathing through my nose.

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                        • #13
                          Crap... I thought it was underarm rub... no wonder my wife's been distant lately.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by dewman View Post
                            Father/son friends of mine who strictly bowhunt use that evercalm a lot. According to them it does exactly what the name says. They get a whiff. Wag their tail and relax. They linger and mill around. I don't use it because by the time they are in my rifle kill zone they're either free to go or dead.
                            It's good to be decisive and proactive.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by JM View Post
                              In line with my previous "gimmick" question, hah. I have seen stuff like this, but never tested it. Never used any scent products in general. I wonder if you could kill two bird with one stone if you put into on your own armpits.
                              I knew that breath thing---maybe that's why I gasp and forget to breathe when a big buck pops into view.

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