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Whats a good way to keep deer from smelling your trail on the way in the stand?

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  • Whats a good way to keep deer from smelling your trail on the way in the stand?

    Whats a good way to keep deer from smelling your trail on the way in the stand?

  • #2
    IMHO~~Use a drag on the way to your stand.

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    • #3
      wear rubber bottom boots with a cover scent

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      • #4
        1.get a bottle or soap that gets rid of ur sent,,Wash the bottom of your boots with the soap or spray it. if u think about it. walking around in camp/in a cabin/stored poorly will attract scents to it and as you walk, you are leaving a trail of scent like a doe leaves a trail of estrus or all deer leaving small drops of intergrade(spell?) scent as they walk.

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        • #5
          Rubber boots. see 6phunter's post.

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          • #6
            I agree with the rubber bottom boots--and don't touch the brush, branches, etc. with your hands as you walk.

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            • #7
              Rubber boots with a good dose of cow manure.

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              • #8
                Rubber boots for sure. PAShooter is on target if you are hunting in or near a cow pasture. Use other natural material from your immediate vicinity: freshly worked soil, mud, apples/persimmons, etc. Whatever you can walk through that is readily available in your immediate hunt area is better than any commercial cover scent.

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                • #9
                  you can wash your gear in scent killer and spray your boots with scent killer

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