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Old December 25th, 2014, 09:06 AM #11
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Ok should i bite they are running a pretty good deal on refurbished units on there website
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Eh, I dont see the need to drop 4 bills and have something else to lug into the stand every time. I've killed deer at 8 yards before on the ground. Wash my clothes in scent free detergent and thats all I ever do.
never heard a deer hunter say they were scent-free enough....
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Hunt the wind best you can, and move as little as possible...
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Think it'll work with coyotes too?
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Think it'll work with coyotes too?
I, personally, don't have any yote experience. from what I've seen on TV, they seem to react to sound(calling) in more of a direct line of sight/sound fashion. but, that probably all depends on pressure, topography etc. couldn't hurt, though.
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I, personally, don't have any yote experience. from what I've seen on TV, they seem to react to sound(calling) in more of a direct line of sight/sound fashion. but, that probably all depends on pressure, topography etc. couldn't hurt, though.
I tried out a RuffiDog Coaxer call this Fall and followed up with a scratching turkey call. Coyotes came running close behind me in the woods. I was hunting deer though and my ground blind was facing towards an open pathway towards an open field. The coyotes were probably about 20 yards from me. I haven't been back there again.
In this situation I think the Ozonics might help.
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Ok should i bite they are running a pretty good deal on refurbished units on there website
Just bought one of these. Will report...
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prob will...I know the website says it works with bear too...
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Must have started this thread just after shoulder surgery(lack of caps, typing one handed).

One thing you will notice with these ozonics thingies is when deer get real close, they do smell the ozone itself. They sometimes react negatively to it. Some deer will sniff for a while, trying to figure out what the hell they're smelling. Sometimes they turn and walk away. Other times they flick their tail and keep walking. Generally speaking, this will occur well within bow range.
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I had the opportunity to get one this season, just got it a couple of weeks ago and I'm anxious to get some time in the stand (bowhunting) to test it out. Been a crazy week or two, so I'm slacking, but I'll let you know how it works for me.

I have a couple of stands that I like to hunt where the deer can appear from any direction, so the wind can be an issue often times. I can't wait to see how it may affect them.

I am also going to set it up to 'wash' my clothes before I pack them up to head out to hunt. Basically, treat them briefly with ozone to remove scents, instead of washing them every time I wear them hunting. I'll then pack em in a scent-proof bag til I get to my property and get dressed.

I know that ozone will remove odors, but I'm anxious to test it on our deer that I have a lot of experience with. I hunt stands and ground blinds in all kinds of weather, curious to see how it works.
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