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Scenting Clothes Naturally

Scenting Clothes Naturally




      

Scenting Clothes Naturally


Rather then spend big bucks on scent suppression hunting cloths try this. Place all the cloths from socks to coat in a garbage bag filled with dry leaves, sticks, acorns, pine cones, or what is found on the ground in the location you are going to hunt. Wash it all a few cycles with no detergent prior to going in the bag. I like to split up my under garments into smaller bags, one for each day I plan on hunting. I still try to keep my self up wind from game like deer & elk. Besides sudden movement, or scents (soap, toothpaste,) will spoke game most often. I always scout out my locations and have a couple of plans on my route in and placement depending on the wind direction.

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