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Old 08-20-2007, 04:19 PM
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OK deer season is fast approaching and would anyone have any inexpensive Deer Attractant Receipts to share with Woody's Gang?
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Old 08-20-2007, 04:32 PM
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The cheapest Deer attractant I can think of is a pile of good old CORN
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If you are a good hunter ya dont need an attractant.Just sit close to a trail or a food source and wait.
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corn corn corn did i say corn
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Old 08-20-2007, 10:19 PM
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well corn works ok, but nothing and i say nothing works better than penut butter. you can take a can and spoon spread it about 4-7 feet off the ground on the bark of multiple trees in an area you like and wait and see, i also make large penut butter blocks (secret recipe). the deer tear them up. just last week i put them in a patch of woods when i went back a week later it almost looked as if hogs had torn the place up but not the case. the best part of it is that is smells so strong they can smell it miles away. if you don't belive me try it!!!!
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Old 08-20-2007, 10:59 PM
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I have heard about peanutbutter and will probably try that this season. Do you put it just above where they can reach it or do you want the deer to be able to lick it?
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OK deer season is fast approaching and would anyone have any inexpensive Deer Attractant Receipts to share with Woody's Gang?

FYI, It is against the law in GA to bait deer using corn, peanut butter, and/or other attractants (excluding doe urine). Not sure what the regs are in LA.

Not following game laws in the state you are hunting can result in expensive fines.

My Grandfather taught me to
Hunt for fresh deer sign or a well used trail, hang a stand and sit with the wind in your favor, remain still,...and enjoy the show.
This sure fire technique for successful hunting has been used for generations.

Give it a try!!!

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Old 08-21-2007, 06:29 AM
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There's a couple of interesting recipies in this months Field and Stream. I'd post em but it's not a cut and paste
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I also used to use blended white oak acorns and water, don't know how much it helped but it never hurt.Have also used blended muscedines w/same results
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We can hunt over bait in LA.
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you need to put it where they can get it, but to too easily. make them work for it. keeps them in the area longer and they will get use to being there, the smells ect. it will become part of there normal routine. as far as hunting over bait.... for those of you in ga as long as you don't put it out within 10 days of hunting on it, it's legal!
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I don't know if you have access to a crabapple tree...but I would get several hand fulls of those and boil them up with some sugar and molasses. Put that out in some sort of container.
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no fruit trees on our lease. Just hardwoods and pines.
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FYI, It is against the law in GA to bait deer using corn, peanut butter, and/or other attractants (excluding doe urine). Not sure what the regs are in LA.

Not following game laws in the state you are hunting can result in expensive fines.

My Grandfather taught me to
Hunt for fresh deer sign or a well used trail, hang a stand and sit with the wind in your favor, remain still,...and enjoy the show.
This sure fire technique for successful hunting has been used for generations.

Give it a try!!!

Ummmm... Against the law? As far as I know you can have any bait out all year round and have it out during the season as long as you are 200 yards away and it is out of sight?
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thats the law and i read somewhere that they're tryin to pass a law where if you supplemental feed year-round you can hunt over bait .. that was in GON a few months back
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ammonia just pored out on the ground works good,

deer will come up and lick it
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I'm working on a buck attractant. I'll let you know at the end of the season if it works. But for a curiosity scent, beaver tonquin works well as does a mixture of pure vanilla and oil of anise (the stuff that gives licorice it's smell).
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Oil of anise does work well...better when it is cold out and you get some type of heat on it
BTW and off topic..That is one nice red there in your AV.
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Old 09-05-2007, 03:03 PM
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Take an old car grill and hang it on a tree by your stand, the deer will run right into it! LOL
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