I'm a scent control freak. I use scent free bath soap and shampoo, scent free deodorant, scent free laundry detergent and dryer sheets, and store my hunting cloths in a big plastic container with pine scented wafers from Hunter's Specialties.
As far as attractants, I use two. Deer Herd in a stick, all season long, and during the pre-rut, rut, and post rut, I use VS-1. I don't archery hunt, but I do rifle hunt over food plots and corn bait piles. I've killed bucks that I could actually see sniffing the air trying to locate the doe when I was using the VS-1. I put it on my boots when walking(I've actually killed a few that were walking on the same path with their nose to the ground) in to my stands, and once in the stand, put some on the material that covers the stands. When I'm hunting deer with the hounds down in the swamp, I'll put some VS-1 on my boots and some of the deer herd on my clothes so that as I walk through the woods, that's the smells I'm leaving on the bushes and trees. I'm not trying to attract deer of course, when the dogs are running them, but I'm trying to keep my intrusion into their environment down to a minimum in order to eliminate any odor that might turn the deer away from my location.
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