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    Code Blue Fox Urine - 2 Ounce

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    Product Description

    Cover scents can be used year-round to disguise human odor and make deer feel at ease. However, not all cover scents are best for deer hunting. The scent of a skunk makes deer feel anxious because skunks release their scent when frightened. Unlike skunk scent, fox urine is one of the best cover scents because it actually works as a fear reducer for deer.

    With high-quality Code Blue Fox Urine, you can remain undetected long enough to get your deer in range. It can be really useful to have a cover scent handy while you're sweating in the woods. You want to be sure that when the wind picks up and carries your scent to the deer, all it can smell is a scent such as fox urine that occurs naturally in the forest.

    Another advantage to using cover scents such as fox urine is that they can be used all year long, not just in certain parts of the season. Don't let your human scent ruin your chances of bagging that 10-point buck. Use fox urine to ensure your deer hunting success.

    A large, economical 2-ounce bottle makes it ideal for use on all of your hunting gear.

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