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Anyone use EverCalm by ConQuest. it looks like deodorant but is supposed to smell like a deer herd?

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  • Anyone use EverCalm by ConQuest. it looks like deodorant but is supposed to smell like a deer herd?

    Anyone use EverCalm by ConQuest. it looks like deodorant but is supposed to smell like a deer herd?

  • #2
    I have used it and found it to be expensive and was less than impressed by the results. I do like the stick form though, not as messy as liquid.

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    • #3
      I have used it and found it to be expensive and was less than impressed by the results. I do like the stick form though, not as messy as liquid.

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      • #4
        I have used it and found it to be expensive and was less than impressed by the results. I do like the stick form though, not as messy as liquid.

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        • #5
          These new products are starting to become amusing. Deer have a sense of smell 5x's better than your best Blood Hound. That and they discern individual odors. So IF this does emulate the odor of a Deer Herd it might be one that had a Tuna Sandwich and a Beer for lunch and Hoppes #9 on it's rifle. So working the wind is your best bet.

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          • #6
            I love it. Generally I will wash my hunting clothes with scent killer and will spray over everything after I dressed and all my gear. once I am outside I will use the Evercalm on my boots and around my stand. Last year I had doe and 2 yearly surprise me on my 10ft tripod stand. They approached me from downwind and I was not aware of them until they were 10ft away. I just caught them in my peripheral vision and had to turn my every so slowly because they would look directly at me every so often. They stayed close by for about 10 min before walking on. I am 100% sold on it and make sure that I have some when I go out. I will say it does not work as well in below freezing temps.

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