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Author Topic: TV shows promoting Acorn Rage, Buck Bomb, C'mere Deer, Deer Cane...etc?  (Read 833 times)

Offline tenpnt

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OK... we have all these shows on TV and aparantly you can take a bag of Acorn rage or a buck bomb out into the woods...set it down or set it off....then at some point that evening a moster buck is going to come out of the bushes and walk right into the open...put his face right into the product and allow you to shoot him. 
Just like on Wild Game Nation this morning on the Outdoor Channel.

I have messed around with deer cane, licks, buck grub, etc.  Never happened... 

Let's hear the from the rest of you!!! ???

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Re: TV shows promoting Acorn Rage, Buck Bomb, C'mere Deer, Deer Cane...etc?
« Reply #1 on: September 08, 2008, 11:01:32 AM »
So far the only deer I am getting in is with food plots!!!   Guess the other stuff will work once I get them over to the dinner table???  :2)

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Re: TV shows promoting Acorn Rage, Buck Bomb, C'mere Deer, Deer Cane...etc?
« Reply #2 on: September 08, 2008, 11:06:52 AM »
I HAVE GOOD LUCK WITH  BUCK BOMBS SCENT CANS AND MINERALS I LIKE THE WTI ONES, THEY DO WORK. I GET 300 TO 500 PICS A WEEK ON MY TRAIL CAMERA OVER A 4 PLAY BLOCK WITH 30-06 MIN ON IT. NO I DO ALSO HAVE SOME GOOD FOOD PLOTS IN  THE AREA. %^$^
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Re: TV shows promoting Acorn Rage, Buck Bomb, C'mere Deer, Deer Cane...etc?
« Reply #3 on: September 11, 2008, 06:51:44 AM »
It just takes time for the deer to get used to what you put out and where you put it . If you put it on a trail that they use your chances of getting pictures is much better . The minerals for the most part take about 6 months for them to find them , but once they do they will be back again again .My licks have been out for 1 1/2 years and I get about 10 pics a day from them . Something like BuckJam will bring them in I use apple scent . ;D ;D ;D ;D  I had A film camera out for two weeks and had 2 pics on it after I put just a little BuckJam out and the camera filledup fast with these . --7-8-9 %^$^
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Re: TV shows promoting Acorn Rage, Buck Bomb, C'mere Deer, Deer Cane...etc?
« Reply #4 on: September 11, 2008, 06:59:29 PM »
It just takes time for the deer to get used to what you put out and where you put it . If you put it on a trail that they use your chances of getting pictures is much better . The minerals for the most part take about 6 months for them to find them , but once they do they will be back again again .My licks have been out for 1 1/2 years and I get about 10 pics a day from them . Something like BuckJam will bring them in I use apple scent . ;D ;D ;D ;D  I had A film camera out for two weeks and had 2 pics on it after I put just a little BuckJam out and the camera filledup fast with these . --7-8-9 %^$^

Got some Buck Jam today to try.  Sweet corn and acorn.  Been putting apples out and everything but the deer have been eating them and there are a couple of wild apples trees there, they are small.   ???  :2)

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« Last Edit: September 11, 2008, 08:32:23 PM by Puddle Jumper »
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Offline ScentGuy

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Re: TV shows promoting Acorn Rage, Buck Bomb, C'mere Deer, Deer Cane...etc?
« Reply #5 on: September 11, 2008, 08:31:27 PM »
I had a customer just send me some pics from a lick he made using our product. He didn't follow the instructions on the bottle but still has some really nice bucks hitting it. I haven't reduced the sizes yet to fit here but I did post one on the front page of our website. We have had great feedback from people who use it. If you are trying to Attractor deer to shoot I would use an Attractor, IF you are trying to supplement their diet and grow larger deer then licks are a good way to do it. If a deer comes into an area looking for acorns and find none they may, over time, start to ignore the area. We have not pushed our lick as an attractor but I am rethinking the idea now that it seems everybody that makes a similar product claims it to be an "Attractor" or "Deer Magnet".
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