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Brade04

When is the right time?

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I just bought some doe estrus when should I put it on the wicks and hang them up? I will be in my stand Saturday morning. Can I go out there tomorrow or will the scent ware off?

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I would put them out tomorrow and then on saturday morning switch them out for new ones. Gets the scent out there and around and then putting some fresh stuff out there might draw them in! good luck

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I would hang them Saturday morning before you get in the tree. If you put scent out tomorrow, it will disippate/wear-off throughout the day. If we get rain, it's gone fo'sho.

I wouldn't booger up your area by going tomorrow, wait until Sat. am. That's my .02 cents.

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Definatly wait till sat. 3 reasons. No point walking thru your area. Scent will wear off in a day or so. And if a buck comes in smelling estrous one day and doesnt find a doe good luck having him come in again 2 days later. Put it out sat. morning.

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im going with odonata do it before you get there, i never like putting scent out early deer might come early and see nothing and not come back.

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