Conquest Herd In A Stick Cover Scent

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Conquest Herd In A Stick Cover Scent -
The strongest and most natural cover scents you'll need are in Herd in a Stick™ concentrated stick. A 2-oz. stick should be enough for a season of bowhunting. Formula is recommended for wiping on both sides of three to four scent sponges. Hang sponges by scrapes, rubs and high-traffic areas during the peak of rut. When done hunting for the day, put scent sponges in a zip-loc bag to store. When returning to hunt, wipe fresh scent on the sponges. Leftover product should be vacuum-sealed to preserve freshness at the end of the year.
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Positive Reviews:

A good cover scent

A really good cover scent. I had hunted in south texas for about five hours and nothing was happening,so I decided to move to another location. While walking I encountered a small buck chasing a doe. They passed me by at five yards and circled me. I had sprayed all over with dead down wind and herd in a stick on my feet. They got my wind but never spooked. I was amazed. Truly Amazing!
Truck41 at Cabelas on 12/18/2013


This stuff works great! Won't hunt with out it. Killed 5 deer this year using it. When the deer came in they weren't nervous at all. Just as calm as could be...It's not an attractant like some think. It's a cover scent that smells like other deer.
Bootlegger750 at Cabelas on 12/04/2013

Awesome cover

This stuff works great for covering human scent and calming deer. Have actually watched the deer sniffing and licking spots that I used it.
2DeadZone at Cabelas on 10/11/2011

Negative Reviews:

Doesn't seem to do anything

I've used 2 sticks of this stuff over the past 2 years for whitetail deer. I haven't had deer come close so I can't say what effect it has in a close encounter. I have smeared it on my boots when walking in and laid down scent paths with it. I have also smeared it on my treestand and tree bark when in the stand to cover my scent or use as an attractant. Nothing happened. Haven't had any deer come in. It certainly doesn't seem to "bring them in". Maybe if they come in, they might be more relaxed. Who knows? I would just like to have some deer come within shooting range one of these years. It's time to try something else this year.
CCB71 at Cabelas on 09/18/2013