Evolved Habitat Roasted Corn Deer Attractant

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Evolved Habitat Roasted Corn Deer Attractant -
Evolved Roasted Corn deer attractant is packed with the intense aroma of fresh corn - a sure bet when you want to get the attention of deer in your area. Roasted Corn also boasts two times the protein and three times the fat of plain corn. This super-charged mix combines whole corn, soybeans and proprietary ingredients with irresistible aroma and taste.
Weight: 5 lbs.
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Hunters can now improve their chances of attracting prey with Roasted Corn Freaks from Evolved Habitats. This innovative attractant takes a deer's love of corn and uses it to great effect. A combination of whole-kernel corn, soybeans and other ingredients to produce an aroma and taste that deer simply love. Careful placement of this product will draw deer into a hunting area at any time of the day. 5 lb. bag. Made in USA.
Manufacturer model #: 20713.
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Evolved Habitat Roasted Corn Deer Attractant Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Works

I have had deer come to this each time I have put it out. It has certainly made me a believer so far......
Jason21mac at Cabelas on 10/10/2013

Negative Reviews:

No action like real corn

I tried two bags in different locations on my property. I got no action on the corn freaks at all. The deer didn't even look at it. I put regular corn down and the deer are everywhere. I can't even get in the blind without kicking them up in the morning. I even tried the crushed acorn powder and put corn right next to it and nothing either. Maybe the deer in my area are picky, I don't know but they wouldn't even touch it. I have to say it does smell good though.
JTheFish at Cabelas on 10/26/2013