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tinks smokin sticks

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Has anyone used the tinks smokin sticks, i saw them at the store and was just wondering if anyone has used them. Also if any one has tried buck bomb and how well that works, I have heard good things about buck bomb.

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Are they not illegal in this state?

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I have tried them but have never had any luck with them. One thing to note and do if you use them make sure you put them up wind of you. The smell gets really sickning. I had mine set up about 30 yards away and kept getting wiffs of it until I couldn't stand it anymore. It is pretty nutz how the smell lingers. Even the next day I could still smell them. Others in our group said they had deer come to them. I cut a piece of 3" PVC pipe about one foot long and drilled holes in it to put over the top of the stick so it wouldn't get blown out by the wind. Worked good.

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How about the buck bomb anyone try that?

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i tried the vanilla buck bomb two years ago on the last day of muzzleloader season and brought in 3 doe with it, but i haven't tried the doe p yet.

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camel lights have worked great for me!

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camel lights have worked great for me!


haha! I was thinking the same thing

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