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Erik Himmel
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Ok so you have limited time to pull a deer in. You know there's deer within 1/4 mile due to sign. Around the rut maybe shortly before or during, what would you use to pull a buck into your set-up either blind or stand. Rattling and calling wont work just an attractant of some kind be it corn or liquids or such. What do you use and why?
 

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21 minutes ago, eyeguy 54 said:

@smurfy lol

HEY!!!😂🤣

 

So why won't rattling or  calling not work?? My best luck has come lately with the can you flip over.

Corn is illegal. I use the scents but it's not like they come running in.

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eyeguy 54
38 minutes ago, smurfy said:

HEY!!!😂🤣

 

So why won't rattling or  calling not work?? My best luck has come lately with the can you flip over.

Corn is illegal. I use the scents but it's not like they come running in.

Tagged you cuz the post looks like an add 😉

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12 minutes ago, eyeguy 54 said:

Tagged you cuz the post looks like an add 😉

😱 and it was. Of all the members here you picked me!!🥴🥴🤔😇🤪😂

 

Oh well!!!👍

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😁😉probably should have tagged leech

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Where I hunt all attractants have been outlawed.(Hubbard county). Corn or any other unplanted food and liquids have been illegal as long as I can remember, and no more scent or mineral blocks. Never seen more than 1 deer at a time at a scent wick. So it is up to food plots and rattling and grunting.

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