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Old 11-19-2015, 12:54 PM   #1
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I have really never used much field spray except during archery season when I am sweating more than a two rats in a wool sock but I figured I would tell y'all about something I used on my coyote hunt on Tuesday. I was at Gander Mountain the day before while waiting to go to my second class. I saw this stuff called nose jammer and have seen it before but this time I thought "ahh what the heck" so I bought some. It was one of those compulsive purchases us hunters make. I took it out sprayed my clothes down and it smelt like a vanilla scent mixed with dirt and a little pines. Throughout the whole morning my clothes never faded I could still get a whiff of the smell. Anyways to sum it up I had the coyote 10 yards directly down wind and she didn't alarm plus I was also sitting on the ground. I will say a little goes a long way but the coyote didn't smell me or at least wasn't alarm. I will have to try it on a few more hunts before knowing if it actually works or not. Figured I would just let y'all know what I experience and might work on some of these deer hunts.
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Old 11-19-2015, 08:51 PM   #2
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I don't know what u payed at gander but I been using vanilla for 30 years.


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I don't know what u payed at gander but I been using vanilla for 30 years.


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It was like $10 same as the scent killer stuff. It was just an impulse buy that I guess apparently helped out.
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Been using vanilla for many years now. Seems to help a good bit

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Do y'all just mix vanilla extract with water?
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Do y'all just mix vanilla extract with water?
Yeah, pond water, rain puddles, etc. Anything but tapwater.

As a couple have posted, I've used vanilla for years, either straight up or more recently, in combination with other natural scents. I'll even put a few drops in doe estrous scents to become the sweetest smelling doe in the woods.

One note of caution though; if I'm hunting the same stand more than once, I won't use the same cover scent as last time.
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Usually I don't mix it with any water. But as mentioned don't use tap water.

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