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scent dripper for scrapes

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I'm looking to see what everyone uses for the scent dripper over a scrap. I have not seen any yet but I want to be ready when i find one to hang the bag over it. The product that came with the bag has been used up and I can't remember the name.

Thanks

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bucks scrap all year just not as much as the rut, i use wildlife reserch drip bag i use two dif bags one with just buck urin or tarsol gland and then the golden estrus towerds the end of oct when the rut starts

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The scent that comes with the wildlife research bag is called "Active Scrape". That is the only scent I have had consistant success with in scrapes. I tried the new stuff Tinks came out with last year I think called Power Scrape because it was alot bigger bottle and cost less than the active scrape but didnt have any luck with it so I will be back to the active scrape again this year.

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yea i tried that to was not to happy with that tinks to i also tried that hs mock scrape stuff a couple years ago that dident work at all, the only thing that has is that bag.

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I used a Code Blue Droptime dripper with pretty good results last fall. I plan on hanging it back up in the same spot this weekend. I think they have a new one out this year that actually heats the scent up to body temperature. Temptation?

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yea i saw that i wanted to get one just to try it but i was to chicken, i saw it u just add the sent and it heats up looks cool i think that would work better its like when u heat up sented oil in your house the hoter it gets the more it smells.

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Bought the big bottle of active scrape with the dripper this weekend. I have never made a mock scrape so the question to those who have done it, does it work and any words of wisdom. I was thinking of putting it out in two weekends as that will be the time where I will be close to the deer hunting property again.

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Checked a primary scrape that I had a dripper over last fall and it was already all torn up, broken branches all over and dirt splayed all over. Can't remember when I've seen that opening weekend.

It's never too early to make a mock scrape. Sometimes it's better to get them established early rather than wait until the 2nd half of October. When scouting, I'll take a ziplock and garden spade and steal the dirt of real scrapes and use it to make mock scrapes. If you're real ambitious, you could even take the licking branch as well.

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