Evolved Habitat Deer Cane Block

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Evolved Habitat Deer Cane Block -
Deer Cane's™ active and effective mixture of sodium and calcium is a proven lure and benefit for deer. This effective mixture is available in 4-lb. blocks for you to place in your chosen area. These blocks react with moisture to release vapors that attract deer. Each site is treated by deer as a natural mineral lick. Among the ingredients are salt and calcium.
Dimensions: 7" x 4" x 2-1/2".
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Deer Caneâ„¢ Block

I put several of these out just before bow season. I killed 3 deer off them by mid gun season and have seen numerous other deer at the site. They seem to work better once completely melted, so if you are in a relatively dry area, I'd suggest pouring water over your blocks to help them dissolve.
Doc225 at Cabelas on 12/03/2012

great attractant

I use these to start and to replenish all my mineral sites. Wherever you put the block the deer will dig a hole. Make sure that you pour some sort of liquid over them to activate them though. I prefer the deer cane liquid. Buy quite a few of the blocks because the deer absoluty pound them.
ymerej at Cabelas on 08/03/2012

Works well

Using this for 3 years. Works well but, if in dry area have to make sure you have water from the area you set your block at, and everytime you check on it add more water.
I live in the Pacific north west, and have had Elk and Mule deer on Camera's over this product.
Gangster at Cabelas on 06/10/2013

Worked for me

Ive used this product at my hunting spots the past two years and have always had deer use it. The deer usually find it within the first few nights, however, ive found the area will need a new block after a couple of weeks to keep the deer coming.
Franks21 at Cabelas on 10/14/2012