Must-Have Whitetail Accessories for 2015

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posted on November 16, 2015
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Wild Estrous Doe Dripper
Wildgame Innovations thought outside the bottle with this one. Packed in a sealed foil pouch, the hot estrous doe urine will drip for up to eight hours. And because it’s never exposed to the air, the remaining urine will stay fresh all season long. Glo-Cote, an ultra-violet visual attractant, lets deer actually see the pee. MSRP: $14.99.

Dirt Bag Dried Molasses
No need to advertise your honey hole to other hunters. Keep it hidden from prying eyes with the attractant that looks like dirt from Evolved Habitats. Its high fat and protein content give deer what they need, and the sweet molasses scent will keep them coming back. Glo-Cote UV enhancement means that it’ll be invisible to you, not the deer. MSRP: $12.99.

Donkey Butter
Smear long-lasting Donkey Butter from Primos Hunting on a stump, fence post or anywhere else you want that “swamp donkey” to show. The scent will bring him in, and the taste should keep him around. Resealable pouch is easy to use and won’t spill in your pack. Available in peanut butter and molasses. MSRP: $12.99, 24 ozs.

Scent Storm Cover Scent
While you’re providing scents deer crave, make sure to disguise those they don’t with Scent Storm cover scent from Wildlife Research Center. Available in pine, earth, apple, acorn and cedar, these strong, unthreatening odors provide a much needed mask for your stench. MSRP: $9.99.

Scent-A-Way MAX
As you hunt for deer, the bioengineered compounds found in this scent-eliminating spray from Hunters Specialties will hunt for odors, and odors will hunt them back. It’s a mutual attraction that means the end of human scent. MSRP: $8.99.

R.I.P. Growl Deer Call
Talk smack to lure him into a fight using the snort-wheeze or grunt call, or flirt like a willing mate with the doe bleat. Either way, the three-in-one capacity of this new deer call from MAD means you’ll have the vocal tools of either sex in a single, easy-to-use package. MSRP: $20.99.

Battle Bones
These rattling horns from Flextone utilize two racks instead of just two antlers to mimic a real battle raging. Antler Mass Technology duplicates bone density for realistic clashing sounds. Stack together for compact carry. MSRP: $24.99.

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