Cover scent?

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  1. Lung Buster

    Lung Buster Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I was curious if any of you guys use maybe a doe urine (not estrous) for a cover scent during the early season? Or anything else that you think works?
     
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    donut757 Weekend Warrior

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    I put a earth scrnt wafer on my hat... Smells like dirt
     
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    Try Evercalm if you want to smell like a deer
     
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    Pastor Scotty Weekend Warrior

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    Fresh earth too
     
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    I have been using coon urine. I had a 3.5yo buck come 50 yards down wind from me in january and didnt pay any attention to me. Im sticking with it.
     
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    TheChurchArchers Die Hard Bowhunter

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    i spray acorn rage bomb on my boots and pants. Works well, also heard someone using liquid C-mere deer.
     
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    SharpEyeSam Legendary Woodsman

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    Coon urine works well. I use doe P too. I use a scent wick and put it below my stand. I do it primarily to make deer think other deer are in the area.
     
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    Use what you want but none of it works. You can't cover one scent with another. How do you think a buck can follow a doe across a field, at a fast trot I may add? Don't you think the dirt, leaves, or corn stalks, have a much stronger scent than her foot step does? Just keep as clean as you can. Deer smell odors on the molecular level. It would be like you having a pile of black marbles on the ground and thinking you can hide a white one among them.
     
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    Fox urine in a ground blind. Coon urine in a tree stand
     

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