WBowhunt wrote:I read that article as well and was thinking of giving it a try, but it is a little pricey for me. I am reluctant to spend that much on scent till I know it really works and hear from guys in the field using it
I understand being cautious; I'm the same way. But here's another way to look at it:
1. If a bottle of urine costs $12.95 and lasts five or six uses, and a bottle of pre-orbital costs $21.95 and lasts several months using it a drop at a time, which is the more expensive? Looking at it another way, if one buck can produce only one bottle of pre-orbital lure, but one doe can produce dozens upon dozens of bottles of urine, isn't a bottle of pre-orbital a pretty good deal at less than twice as much?
2. Not sure what you mean by "guys in the field." If the hunters from Iowa, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia who were quoted in the article weren't "guys in the field," then who were they?
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