I'd like to try to make a scent trail with th bf-gland like they talk about on thier website, have you ever tried that?
Here is what I did one year:
I found an old scrape and a scrape being used daily by a dominant buck in my hunting area. Both about 100 yards apart. The old scrape was barely visible, the only way I found it was by an early season rub against a small tree.
Anyways, I go to the old scrape area, I had to squat down real low (because of multiple overhanging branches) to get in the area, real low
. I took my knife and cleared the scrape some, and placed some bfgland on the branches and p'd in the scrape.
I went to the well used scrape (about 5-6' across) and it had one small, overhanging branch at about eye level (I am 6'). I dropped the bfgland on the tip of the branch, took my knife and kicked up some of the scrape and p'd in it and took a leaf, put it in the middle of the scrape, and pushed a stick through it with my hand to keep it still.
The tiny, never used, branch overhanging old scrape? Looked like a tank drove through it.
I could smell fresh urine, the scraped was widened, and I could almost walk through the overhanging branches now! He tore it up!
I checked the large scrape, and he kicked up the dirt in the scrape real nice, and the overhanging branch was now broke off above my head!
He went #220 with 10pt's and to the nieghbor [:@]
He was heading my way hot on a doe, and the doe decided to make a sharp right, he walked into the neighbors field instead of mine.
I am a firm believer in the product.
I'm gonna attempt making mock scrapes again this year using the product and the same method(s)