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Old 09-03-2009, 10:23 PM
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i love mine never had a problem but dont forget no matter what ya got to respect the wind and the deers nose.odds are it was hot and you got sweaty
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Old 10-03-2009, 01:35 PM
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I bout the thermacell the first year I saw it because I have a large pond on my property and there are several slews running the back side of it so mosquitoes can be a pain. On those 75 degree bowhunting days you can here the hum of then coming after the sun goes down.

I have used the thermacell in several different conditions and it has always performed well. I rarely get bit when using the product and I have never had a deer catch any scent off of it too. Last year had a few deer within 20 yards (wind blowing straight to them) and they never looked my direction once.
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Old 10-05-2009, 11:03 AM
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I didnt see this thread earlier but yeah mine smokes, and it definately didnt help Saturday when six does can down wind of me, maybe they would of busted me anyway but they definately busted me with that thing sending smoke signals to them.
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Old 10-18-2009, 06:07 PM
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Bowhunting here in Florida, it is a godsend. The Shannons Bug-tamer Is what I wear to the stand and till the Thermo gets to working.[about 10 minutes]. Then I can take it off if I want with no bugs to deal with. The bug-tamer gloves are hard to shoot a bow with and we all know what a headnet does with arrow flight so I used to have to rub bugspray on those areas before thermo's came out. I figure if the thermo scent spooks em then they will have smelled you instead or smelled both so try to stay down/cross wind. I havent had a deer spook to my knowledge with mine on but have wondered what breathing the gas it gives off are doing to my lungs. Sometimes it gets pretty strong.
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