Evolved Habitat Stump Likker

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Evolved Habitat Stump Likker -
Penetrates rotting stumps and reacts with moisture to release sodium and calcium vapors mixed with the sweet aroma of molasses. Deer will come paw'n, gnaw'n and lick'n stumps right out of the ground. 3/4 gallon.
Pour it over a rotting stump and deer come running. The molasses/mineral blend reacts with moisture to produce an aroma they can't resist. Comes in a 1-gallon jug.
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Evolved Habitat Stump Likker Reviews:

Positive Reviews:


After reading the review I thought i would give this stuff a try..its alittle cheaper than the other brand of molasses attractant...Glad I did..poured out about half the bottle over an old fallen stump , sprinkled on alittle corn and that same evening I got about 30 pictures of 4 really nice bucks..went back 2 days later and the stump was mashed into the ground..I guess this stuff works..gonna order more
limike at Cabelas on 07/31/2012

Great stuff

This stuff is great. The deer will destroy stumps, logs, etc.--whatever you put it on.
TWMiddle at Cabelas on 09/20/2012

stump likker

wow great stuff.
allenl07 at Cabelas on 08/12/2011

Negative Reviews:

waste of money

i have used mineral licks like the trophy rock for years and since i have a nice decaing log/stump next to my mineral rock in the same camera view i thought i woud try this..the deer never looked twice at this stupid molasses and the only thing it attracted was a bear who turned my camera around. this might do well dumped on corn or a bale of hay but is a waste to put out inthe hopes deer will like it.
OlSwampy at Cabelas on 08/13/2012