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Do you think scent blocker is nessesary for deer hunting?

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  • 6phunter
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    a mechanic doesn't carry just a wrench,scent blocker is a tool to be used along with other tactics.

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  • DSMbirddog
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    I use it but you still need to be aware of wind direction and use it to your advantage.

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  • Dcast
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    Save your money and play the wind or if your anything like myself just hunt and enjoy! I have taken deer every year since I 1st started hunting and I wear carharts, and just last year spent $5 on spray and still don't know if it works or not!

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  • Ohiohunting5
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    depends how high your treestand is and how fast the wind is going

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  • pjsabella
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    I have always worn scent blocker more so out of luck/superstition. Does that mean that I never get busted? Heck no!! The most important thing you can do is watch the wind and have patience. If the wind isn't right then don't hunt that stand. I like to store all my hunting clothes in a bag of leaves for the year. What better blocker is there than mother nature...plus its free!

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  • the captain
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    I do not, but I do use the scent discs when I hunt. I have found them to be more economical, highly effective and more user friendly than hosing myself down with a spray bottle every time before I head off to hunt.

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  • pineywoods
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    Not necessary, but helpful. You can't depend on it, so the best thing is to watch the wind.

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    Do you think scent blocker is nessesary for deer hunting?

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