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post #11 of 26 (permalink) Old 08-15-2009, 01:17 AM
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ya i got a good 1
get two cap fulls of worsestershire sauce
1 can of corn juice without the corn
1 can of apple juice use the corn can for measurment
and 3-4 spoons of peanut butter
stir and cook until it almost boils and refidgerate lasts about two weeks
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post #12 of 26 (permalink) Old 08-15-2009, 05:37 PM
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I put out some ground up roasted corn to day
A local farmer made to get rid of excess suppy
smells like peanut butter..
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Update...on the roasted corn
if you want to round up every coon in your woods...
roasted corn is what you need....
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scent elimination from tree roots?????

Has anybody use this scent elimination from greenpredator.com, they say it's made from tree roots????? I want to try it, but I don't want to waste my money on another gimmick
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a new jar of peanut butter. cut a half moon out of the bottom on a new plastic jar and nail to a tree. ( no need to remove the lid or the seal from the top) works well and if you go to a place like save-o-lot you can stock up on enough to cover your intire area realy cheap. works well and coons will be there too. put a trail cam on one I think you'll be suprised at all the criters you get pics of. and some times the other critters is what helps keep nervus deer calm.
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Hello from ohio first check your laws
you can try
mixing peanut butter, brown sugar and molasses to a consistency that is thin enough to drip in blobs off a spoon, but thick enough that it is not able to be poured. If weather permits, dig a shallow hole and pour the mixture into it to serve the deer.
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peanut butter,molasses,sugar ,ya trying to give these deer high cholesterol and heart disease?stick to real food

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just plain ol corn
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[QUOTE=miheadhunter;18843]i use peanut butter and a cooking oil that smells like apples and some salt , plus a real apples blend and mixes them up with everthing some guys up here

thanks for the bait I'am trying it in the morning I'am a new hunter i saw an eight point the other day I'am going to see if i can get it in closer.

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post #20 of 26 (permalink) Old 12-03-2009, 07:03 AM
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I havent had good luck with baits and bucks. Does are a different story. I read a few years back in a magazine where an ole boy got creative and at Christmas time, bought some plastic apples that were made to use as decorations and tied them in a tree, out of the deers reach. Then he would toss apples around the tree each time he left his stand. Supposedly the deer would consume the apples and come back by to see if the stubborn ones in the tree has dropped yet. I havent tried this but always wanted too. I know folks with gardens say the deer get into their peas and beans way before corn so a trip to the farmers market for a bushel basket might help. Again IMO mature bucks are cautious of un natural baits during daylight hours.
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