Scent for Scrapes

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Woods Walker
 
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RE: Scent for Scrapes

Postby Woods Walker » Wed Sep 03, 2008 3:26 pm

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ive peed in every scrape i find for years as well as my mock scrapes with tremendous results. as far as the lickin branch....they dont taste that bad[;)]


Yeah, but you gotta be REAL careful when you rub the branch with your pre-orbital gland. I scratched a cornea last year doing that, and it didn't heal up until after Christmas!!!!



you obviously werent wearing antlers ..... good brows are crutial to eye protection[;)]

 
HEY!!! GREAT TIP!  I have a pair of sheds that I can cut the brow tines off of and have them sewn onto my hat........
 
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RE: Scent for Scrapes

Postby Robert Rowland » Wed Sep 03, 2008 3:46 pm

Iv'e seen bucks freshen a scrape and pee all over their legs. I guess to get the full effect you guys should be doing that too.[:D]ha ha
 
I might have to try the home brewed scent this year.
Can anyone tell me if Bud Light works better than regular Bud?

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RE: Scent for Scrapes

Postby Woods Walker » Wed Sep 03, 2008 4:03 pm

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Iv'e seen bucks freshen a scrape and pee all over their legs. I guess to get the full effect you guys should be doing that too.[:D]ha ha

I might have to try the home brewed scent this year.
Can anyone tell me if Bud Light works better than regular Bud?

 
YES! You do!  That's why my wife has me wait out back when I come home from hunting, so's she can hose me down first before she let's me in the house...she's a good woman....
 
 
And the answer to the second question is COORS LIGHT!!!

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RE: Scent for Scrapes

Postby howhill1 » Wed Sep 03, 2008 4:23 pm

dont hit that coors to hard with them antlers on yer head and get to thinkin you can take the big boy[&:]
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RE: Scent for Scrapes

Postby Woods Walker » Wed Sep 03, 2008 4:29 pm

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dont hit that coors to hard with them antlers on yer head and get to thinkin you can take the big boy[&:]

 
I know. That's why it's A&W for me now instead of the suds, especially after the trip to the ER last year for the puncture wounds I had. My deer camp buds DID NOT like getting back to camp at 2:00AM from the hospital!

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RE: Scent for Scrapes

Postby howhill1 » Wed Sep 03, 2008 4:45 pm

probably a good idea....but hey whats deer camp without some stitches?
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RE: Scent for Scrapes

Postby Woods Walker » Wed Sep 03, 2008 6:13 pm

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probably a good idea....but hey whats deer camp without some stitches?

 
Hey now!!! We don't do that in deer camp!  Our wives would KILL us if they thought that we had b.......OH!  My bad! I misread that! You said Stiches!

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