Post by ozarkmountainman on Nov 25, 2012 11:17:39 GMT -6
We tried it years ago, scent bombs also. Just a lot of work to me. Not that it may not be effective, just more crap to pack along. We make a LOT of stands in a day of coyote hunting.
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I've read about it and like Dale said"alot of work".Coyotes are going to scent you whether you mist or not if they get downwind of you.They have the ability to smell more than one thing at a time.Play the wind and you won't need anything else.
I have been misting for 6 months used charles shawley coyote 101 e book with his mu scent cover formula I do see a small edge 5 to 10 sec. sometimes its just enough to get moved a little and get that shot off.
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raymond: I heard Joe was bringing an sr22 for everybody at his table . Thanks Joe .
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Walleye Joe: You need your hearing checked Ray!
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farmnhunter: If you want to avoid feline, you can't use any meat or fish item or scent. Try a piece of black licorish covered by dairy feed, or lucky charms or corn/koolaid (mix 1 qt whole corn with a package of grape koolaid)
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