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Fooling Deer Smell With the Sweaty T-Shirt Trick #8095177 12/19/20 12:18 PM
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Re: Fooling Deer Smell With the Sweaty T-Shirt Trick [Re: MathGeek] #8095217 12/19/20 01:28 PM
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Re: Fooling Deer Smell With the Sweaty T-Shirt Trick [Re: MathGeek] #8096895 12/20/20 07:42 PM
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I have a friend in Wisconsin who has a large permanent stand. He hangs his son's stinky sneakers from it.
He also leaves a radio playing 24/7/365 on talk radio, says deer come in to listen to Rush.
I have not hunted there but was visiting in summer and deer were bedded during afternoon in the shade under stand.

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Re: Fooling Deer Smell With the Sweaty T-Shirt Trick [Re: MathGeek] #8100923 12/23/20 07:19 PM
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Don’t know about sweaty tee shirt. But my wife makes me spray her stand with insestide for spiders, before she will get in it. At first I was worried about the smell. 6 years later we are still spraying it once every two weeks. Deer and hogs never missed a lick. And hunting here in south east Texas she uses a battery operated fan that makes way to much noise. But it doesn’t bother deer either. They have two trails about 25 yards on each side of her.

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