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    Hey Everyone, admin (Bill) here and like to thank you for stopping by and ask you to join up on what's sure to be a large site in coming months.
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  • Ray Ray replied to the topic 'Mock Scrapes?' in the forum.

    Yes... Mock scrapes are good. If you put them in an area whre a big buck is, it will work. These guys like using them in the rut. That works. What to do in early season? Put a mock scrape on a deers travel route to a food source and hunt this in the afternoon. The last three years my bucks got fooled by a mock scrape on a travel route to a food source.

    Gave me time to draw and everything. Can't just plop one down on the ground anywhere. Find some runs, find a few rubs or rub lines, and start from there. When you find their travel route, find what food source they are hitting or in the morning where their bedding area is. This works man. I am guaranteeing you they will check it, stomp it, kick it, the whole works. A buck, young or old, whether they are younger and scared of an older buck, will still check it out and these guys do not want to see another buck on THEIR trail. Perfect for setting up shooting lanes and a place to stop the buck at 20 yards broadside. BINGO
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  • JHughes replied to the topic 'Mock Scrapes?' in the forum.

    I've used them...sometimes they work, sometimes deer walk right past them. If you do try it make sure to place it under a branch that a buck could use as a "licking branch" any scrape you find will always have one of these, if it breaks off scrape will be dead. Branch should be slightly higher than head height as the buck will tip head up and lick and rub his forehead on it.

    Make sure you don't touch any of the leaves on the ground, use a stick or something to scrape it out, then get rid of the stick, any human scent is not good. You'll need some buck urine scent in the scrape, you can find it any outdoor shop.

    good luck
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  • admin created a new topic ' Mock Scrapes?' in the forum.

    Do any of you have any experience and/or advice about using mock scrapes? I'm hunting some new ground this year, and I am being told that there are usually 6 or 7 nice bucks in the area. I have already seen plenty of doe while scouting. So, I thought that mock scrapes may be a good idea, but I never done one before. What kind of scents, where should I make then, when should i start making them, anything?? Thanks in advance for any insight.
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