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I am wondering what is the best replacement rattling antlers. We have knight & hale plastic rattles and they sound like plastic.

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  • huntfishtrap
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    I know it's not what you want to hear, but there aren't any replacement rattling systems out there that sound as good as antlers. There's nothing like the real thing, as they say.
    If you really must have an alternative to real antlers, the cloth rattle bags are probably the best.

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  • AGold
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    Rather than pack a bulky set of antlers into the woods with me, I cut up some old antlers into 4 to 6 inch long pieces which I put into a bag/sock. This delivers the same 'real' sound but in a compact package. Hope this helps!

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  • 6phunter
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    You do know that rubbing a stick against a tree sounds like a buck making a rub ,right ?

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  • JM
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    4everAutumn said it, there isn't anything as good as real antlers. You don't need a giant rack for it to work, any antlers will do.

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  • 4everAutumn
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    I use an old school set of antlers from a heavy seven pointer that I got about ten years ago. I think nothing sounds more like real antlers than real antlers.

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  • I am wondering what is the best replacement rattling antlers. We have knight & hale plastic rattles and they sound like plastic.

    I am wondering what is the best replacement rattling antlers. We have knight & hale plastic rattles and they sound like plastic. they don't attract bucks, they repel them. HAHA Help Please.

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