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  • CD2
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    I wear gloves and try to not let any branches or other touch my skin going to and from my stand.

    Also try to not disturb the ground too much.

    They might not smell me but smell where something has been. I think that why dogs found people w scent control in tests.....they may have keyed in on fresh track/ disturbance and not the smell of the person

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  • DakotaMan
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    For archery hunting, I use good scent control. I keep my camos and outerwear in a garbage bag with pine branches and store it outside the house. I shower with scent blocking soap and shampoo and don the outerwear only once I arrive at the hunting location. I think it helps.

    That being said, I have had numberous deer get within 5 feet of me when I was on the gound and no scent control at all. My brother, got out of his tree stand and took a nap under his tree. He was awakened by three does poking his chest with their noses.

    My experience is that deer spook with movement 100% of the time from as far away as 200 yards. I have only had one experience of a downwind deer spooking at 60 yards because of my scent in a tree stand.

    I do what I can but am not likely to buy this... I do however tie scent cover rags to my boots to walk to my stand. I have had numerous bucks bolt as they crossed my tracks without it. I have had one nice buck try to climb my tree following a doe in heat scent on my boots.I climbed the ladder before removing the rags and he was after it.

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  • CD2
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    Thats my view as well

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  • MattM37
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    Even if it works, I don't want it. Some of these techno advantages are getting to be about as sporting as fishing with a stick of dynamite.

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  • CD2
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    Im kind of an arse about scent control. Maybe worth it, maybe not. See and kill more bucks than my buds. Think my detailed and concerned approach part of the reason.

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  • CD2
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    Buddy bought it. Says it works. Ground hunter w trad bow. Also electrical engineer.

    Scent control stuff can help. HECS can proly help.

    Nothing is gonna to turn a lazy hunter into invisible.

    Sometimes you can do everything right and not see a deer. Sometimes you can do everything wrong and kill a monster.

    But to routinely see and take mature bucks.....,those that do...

    They dont half ass it.

    Pretty good youtube vid about a guy w many record bucks shot in high pressure areas . Religious scent control.
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    Last edited by CD2; 09-10-2019, 01:45 AM.

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  • jhjimbo
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    I hereby certify I have for sale, some 100% year round swamp land in Florida. Call 1-800-sucker

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  • FirstBubba
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    Originally posted by PigHunter View Post
    Nope, and probably won't. I'd be more concerned about the frequencies generated by the cell phone, GPS, and any other electronics I may be carrying.
    Sitting in my blind one morning, the wife called and we were talking about what to fix for supper.
    About that time, a little gnarly horned buck stepped out.
    "Let me call you right back. A deer just showed up." I whispered.
    "Shoot him and we'll have backstrap for supper!", she replied.
    I hung up, shot the deer and called her right back, "Okay! Venison for supper!"

    Sometimes, weird stuff just happens.
    I worked in a SCADA control center in a large park in a large metro area.
    We always threw lunch scraps out the back door. Stray cats and raccoons would clean them up pretty quickly.
    Stepped out the back about midnight and tossed my scraps.
    A cold chill like a thousand fuzzy worms ran up my spine and I studied the ground under the dim porch light. I suddenly realized that small pile of leaves was actually a fox!
    Very eerie feeling!

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  • PigHunter
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    Nope, and probably won't. I'd be more concerned about the frequencies generated by the cell phone, GPS, and any other electronics I may be carrying.

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  • FirstBubba
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    Originally posted by Mattman View Post
    Has anyone caved and purchased any HECS Camo? They claim that deer can sense the electromagnetic field (what people call the sixth sense) that is naturally created by the human body and their clothing acts as a barrier for this emission.

    Thoughts?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-EN3Yn3PTU
    Yeah, buddy of mine bought himself and his three grandsons each a suit of the stuff at $100/pop!
    I don't believe it ... and I don't buy "scent blocker" clothing and all that scent eliminating sprays and soaps!
    Bah!
    Humbug!

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  • Mattman
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    HECS Camo?

    Has anyone caved and purchased any HECS Camo? They claim that deer can sense the electromagnetic field (what people call the sixth sense) that is naturally created by the human body and their clothing acts as a barrier for this emission.

    Thoughts?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-EN3Yn3PTU

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