One Of THE Best Books On Stillhunting!

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Woods Walker
 
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Re: One Of THE Best Books On Stillhunting!

Postby Woods Walker » Sun Oct 23, 2011 6:56 pm

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I too am bearded, but all hair holds scent as well. during deer season I trim mine down to about 1/2 inch, and cut my hair short as well. Less hair, less scent wick.[/quote]

I use a Scent Lock wig. Works great. But it does look like hell after I put it in the 1500 degree dryer though. :shock:
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Re: One Of THE Best Books On Stillhunting!

Postby kellory » Sun Oct 23, 2011 6:58 pm

Woods Walker wrote::

I too am bearded, but all hair holds scent as well. during deer season I trim mine down to about 1/2 inch, and cut my hair short as well. Less hair, less scent wick.[/quote]

I use a Scent Lock wig. Works great. But it does look like hell after I put it in the 1500 degree dryer though. :shock:[/quote]
I understand it works better when you remove it from your head first. ;)
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Re: One Of THE Best Books On Stillhunting!

Postby Woods Walker » Sun Oct 23, 2011 7:17 pm

So THAT'S why that happened! Who'da thunk it? :o
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