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Scrape drippers #2570785 09/09/11 10:32 PM
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Do any of you use these , and if so do you tie it straight to the licking branch?


Re: Scrape drippers [Re: yellowboat04] #2570943 09/09/11 11:56 PM
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Use one once without any success.


Re: Scrape drippers [Re: RedSnake] #2572250 09/10/11 06:26 PM
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Have used them for years. I used to make my own with IV tubing. Do Not put it on the licking branch. They are smelling what is on the branch, so place it above the branch. They are also good for extending a scrape line for a better shot. Useful as a mock scrape. They seem to be most useful pre-rut. Good Luck.


Re: Scrape drippers [Re: fxhunter] #2575710 09/12/11 09:56 AM
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Put it above the licking branch, my mock scrapes that I started 3 weeks ago, have been hit real hard.


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