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COON URINE as cover scent???

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  1. Jimborn

    Jimborn TS Member

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    I have some coon urine cover scent. So you think it's best to just try and cover your own scent, or does coon cover scent help??? It seems to me as though coon urine might make a deer wary a little bit that there is something else in their vacinity and keep their alert UP???
    And at this time of year in central Nebraska, would a doe-in-heat lure still work???? Thanks
     
  2. ricks1

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    look at what the media covered up !!!!
     
  3. trappermike

    trappermike Well-Known Member

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    I suspect that the coon is gong to be pretty mad when you grab and squeeze it.
    Remember, they have teeth and are mean.


    Mike
     
  4. Shooting Jack

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    It is very good as a cover scent and we also use it on our steel traps. I use it in a spray bottle and spray a bush on all sides of a tree that I'm going to climb. I like Harmon Triple Heat and code blue doe estrues as a cover scent to spray the bushes and my climber with. I use a cover scent to spray on my clothing and choose the scent according to the area I'm climbing in. For example pine scent, acorn or earth. Use these especially in thick cover. Jackie B.
     
  5. SARGE75X

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    A Deer has so many Olfactory glands in their nose what they will smell is Raccoon and Human. Best bet is scent block and go high, 20 feet up or more
     
  6. Bob Schultz

    Bob Schultz Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Where in the world and how would you get "Coon urine"? Do you train them from cubs to pee in a bottle?

    Bob
     
  7. W.P.T.

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    Bob,
    You catch one and beat the piss out of him ... lol ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
  8. SARGE75X

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    Smart, no, predictable, yes,

    Keen sense of smell and hearing? absolutely
     
  9. TOOLMAKER 251

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    I knew a trapper who had at least 20 foxs living in a big cage with a wire mesh floor. When they pissed it would hit a big metal funnel then into a rain gutter. He collected it and sold it to trappers. It looked like apple cider, not the amber colored stuff but the fresh pressed stuff and stunk like all hell.
     
  10. Bob Schultz

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    So you're telling me that you are trying to make the deer think there is a large two legged raccoon with a rifle up in the tree? Works for me ....

    Bob
     
  11. spritc

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    I think you'll piss-off the deer. (Sorry, I couldn't help myself).
     
  12. AJ100

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    ricks1

    You win. LMAO

    That was my first thought.

    Tom(AJ100)


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  13. Shooting Jack

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    Ctreay, I've also heard of that and it has many other uses. If you have flea problems you can scatter it around(crumbled leaf tobacco which is easy to get in S. Ga.) doorways and it will keep the fleas out. We scattered it in the doorway going into the shop next to and in the kennels and it worked great. Jackie B.
     
  14. Haskins Bill

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    A friend of mine accidently droped his pee jug from his tree stand before he got the cap back on the jug. Well won't you know the biggest buck he had seen in years came right up to that tree and tore up the area like he was a rototiller! He popped that buck with his crossbow. So much for cover scents I guess. Bill
     
  15. ricks1

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    Have you ever noticed where you got your deer MOST of the time? Its up wind most of the time rick
     
  16. Bocephas

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    You put that coon scent on, somebody had dam well better hang on to Old Blue.

    Bo
     
  17. partygirl

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    I"m sorry, I thought you were talking about Gov GoBlo using this stuff, then I realized he wouldn't need to do that with his buddy Emil Jones covering his tracks.
     
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