Code Blue Buck Poppers 200 Count Canister Buck Scent
Code Blue Buck Poppers 200 Count Canister Buck Scent comes in a ready to use vial. To activate, simply squeeze the center or the reusable vial. Hunters can then drip the scent, suspend, or plant the vial. 200 per Canister.
Made to the highest standards, Code Blue's line of synthetic deer scents use advanced DNA technology to create a perfect partnership between nature and science. The result is a strong, super-realistic deer attractant that gives you more scent for your money.
Stay one step ahead of the game. Use Code Blue whitetail deer, buck and doe scents as part of your hunting strategy, and increase your chances of bringing whitetail deer in close for an optimum shot. One bottle of this potent deer attractant goes a long way.
Helpful Hunting Hints:
Dominant buck urine or tarsal gland scent is a good choice if you have your sights set on a truly big buck. The most common, and arguably the most effective way to use dominant buck scent is by hunting scrapes or scrape lines. Liberally douse an active scrape and set up well down wind. A lot of hunters make the mistake of setting up right on a scrape when they should be downwind to catch a buck as he scent checks it from a distance. This tactic is often effective when hunting an area that is as close to a big bucks core area as you are willing to get.
Building and maintaining a mock scrape gives archery hunters another opportunity to use dominant buck scent. If you have conditioned deer to check your mock scrape during daylight hours, a midday hunt might just be the ticket. If the setup is close to a big bucks bedding area he may just take a stroll around the perimeter, and if he gets wind of a rival in the area he’ll likely close in to check things out.
On the other end of the spectrum, if you hunt an area where the competition for does is minimal, dominant buck urine (just like fierce rattling) may not be the best route to go. In situations like this, the smell of a dominant buck may actually scare deer away. With plenty of Doe’s to go around, the risk of being injured in a fight isn’t worth it.