Doe Urine Macon GA

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Mercer Boys Soccer Academy-Mercer University Men's Soccer
1400 Coleman Avenue
Macon, GA
 
Dick's Sporting Goods
(478) 477-6777
5080 Riverside Drive
Macon, GA
 
Arvin`s
(478) 742-1952
516 Poplar Street
Macon, GA
 
Farrell & Sons Firearms
(478) 742-2132
860 Pierce Avenue
Macon, GA
 
Howard`s Pawn & Jewelry
(478) 743-5727
3171 Mercer University Drive
Macon, GA
 
Dick's Sporting Goods
(478) 477-5588
Eisenhower Crossing
Macon, GA
 
H & H Buildings & Truck Covers
(478) 781-4500
4740 Log Cabin Drive
Macon, GA
 
Polywad Inc
(478) 477-0669
355 Riverdale Road
Macon, GA
 
Bike Tech
(478) 741-8356
3003 Vineville Avenue
Macon, GA
 
Play It Again Sports
(478) 471-8211
3555 Mercer University Drive
Macon, GA
 

Attracting Bucks During the Rut

Author: 
James Necessary

I have a system I use in Whitetail hunting during the rut that seems to work for me. When I make a mock scrape in the area I wish to hunt I will place a couple of 35mm film canisters (film removed of course) in the scrape after I have cleared out all leaves and other debris. The film canisters are filled with cotton balls and saturated with doe in heat urine. This keeps the urine from soaking in the ground and can be refreshed on each trip if needed.

I will also use the tarsal gland of the buck I have taken the previous year. Shortly after I remove the gland I will freeze it in a zip lock baggie until I need it the next fall. Take the frozen tarsal gland from the baggie and hang it above the mock scrape. After the hunt you can re-freeze the gland and reuse several times. One gland can last an entire season if the weather is cool.

The combination of the doe pee in the canisters and the tarsal gland above the scrape has been most effective during the rut. This is an economical way to attract the dominate buck in your area. He will think a strange buck is trying to breed a hot doe in his territory. Good Luck and Good Hunting...

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Get Your Own Doe Urine

Author: 
ManOfTheFall

I really like to take out those early season does. There are a couple reasons I like doing this. One is I can concentrate on filling my buck tag when that magical time of the rut comes around.

The second reason is I can bottle all the fresh doe urine I need for an entire season. Here are a few things you can do to achieve this. I always carry an empty pill bottle or three in my pack. I will thoroughly clean out the bottles so there is no residue of anything left in it.

After I shoot a doe I will carefully gut her and be extra careful when you are down by the bladder. I then take my knife and poke a small hole into the bladder and drain the urine into the pill bottle. There is usually enough urine to fill the bottle and sometimes two bottles. I usually carry three bottles. As it gets closer to the rut the bettter the urine will be. You can freeze this urine and it will be fine. I usually transfer it into small spray bottles, these work really well. I spray it on the bottom of my boots or have a drag rag.

Usually my son and I kill enough does we never have to buy any doe urine at all. The doe urine is usually around $9-$10 for a 1 or 2 ounce bottle. That's a lot of dough for a little pee. Plus I think it works better than any urine product I have purchased from a store. You can also do the same thing with buck urine. Try it out and save a lot of money....

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The Best Buck Lures

Author: 
Ohio Bowhunter

The best deer attractant going in a given season are those deer in the early part of archery season in October and early rut in November that are lying dead along the road. I have for years used the hocks off of doe's that were hit lying along the road . Remember couple things when thinking this one through. Deer move for a reason. One reason is a buck could of been chasing her when she got hit. There are many reasons why deer get hit by vehicles come Oct/Nov. We hunters know why does are running during this time.

Harvesting crops is one reason, farmers pushing them around

Some Does coming in early could be another.

Food source traveling to and from bedding.

Coyotes or dogs may be chasing them during the night.

Chase phase late Oct bucks feeling the urge when cool weather starts in.

Early stages of prerut. There are multiple reasons why deer get hit on the road and everyone knows the numbers start to climb when Oct. comes and the temps start to cool. All you have to do is read the local paper daily to see the increase in deer/car reports really increasing towards last part of Oct.

One for the record back in the eighties I put the word out to all that I knew, that would call me when spotting a deer lying next to the road locally. You see the later in Oct the better doe hocks start to turn darker brown from urination and are more musky smelling as the month progresses towards Nov.

If given the opportunity you want to investigate these road kills for the darker brown hocks. With a pair of latex gloves handy at all times in the truck or car and ziplock baggies on hand you are in for some unbelievable deer lure. There is one more item you need though and that is to go online and purchase uncut deer urine from a dealer who raises deer and sells uncut urine from does but buy the smaller bottles. I never purchased larger bottles because I did not want it aging on me. Fresh urine does not keep long before turning bad when uncut. With today's shipping you can have doe urine shipped quickly same day or next day. The next thing you need to do after removing hocks off the road kill is to salt both the flesh sides and place the two together flesh side towards one another and tie your drag string around them tightly and place in a zip lock baggy. If you get a large number of hocks you can place them in your freezer for future usage. Trust me on this one.

When ready for use pull out of zip lock bag spray down with fresh uncut doe urine and you're in business. I would refresh them if it was a long drag. The closer I got to my stand the more I would spray them. Remember a buck knows by the strength of a scent trail which way is colder vs hotter for direction. You want heavier scent going towards your stand. Remember if you have hunting friends knocking down does let them know if they don't use them this is another means of getting hocks.

I killed one good buck back in the eighties this way and let me tel...

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