Stud-Finder (Territorial Attractant)


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In 1995 I discovered that dominant buck are aroused to be jealous bucks during the early season (before the rut) by the use of young buck urine. Stud-Finder (Territorial Attractant) is a natural pheromone solution collected from young bucks that represents a trespasser in dominate buck territory. As a result the older buck will search out and guard his area from the simulated stud, who is intruding or trespassing. It works very well before the rut as a infringement attractant. Guaranteed to entice bucks to your location from 60 yards in an undisturbed area; providing you take all measures to eliminate the deer’s sensitivity to human odor. Although Stud-Finder was developed fro use before rut; using it during and after rut has always proven successful.

HOW TO USE: As with other lures, you can saturate foot pads and make a simulated trail to your stand. But placing BuckPads soaked with Stud-Finder Lure around your position is highly recommended. During tests successful stand hunters have simply squirted Stud-Finder Lure directly to the ground from the stand when they’ve spotted a buck at a distance. All things in consideration; wind direction, human odor minimized, undisturbed surroundings… Stud-Finder gets results! The Stud-Finder Gel-Paste can be placed on the bark of trees, on over hanging branch with wool BuckPads. The new Stud-Finder Buck Crystals can be conveniently sprinkled out near stand for a long lasting attractant. Suggest giving Stud-Finder a try before the rut. 

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1.25 oz. Liquid (Plastic Bottle), 16 oz. (Glass Bottle), 16 oz. (Plastic Bottle), 2 oz. Crystals (Plastic Bottle), 2 oz. Jell Paste (Plastic Bottle), 3 oz. Liquid (Plastic Bottle), 4 oz. (Glass Bottle), 4 oz. (Plastic Bottle), 4 oz. Crystals (Plastic Bottle), 4 oz. Jell Paste (Plastic Bottle), 8 oz. (Glass Bottle), 8 oz. (Plastic Bottle)


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