One of the keys to a successful deer hunt (most hunts, actually) is to make sure you don’t alert your prey to your presence with your human odor.
No, we’re not trying to tell you that you stink. We are telling you that you do stink… to many game animals with much keener senses than humans.
Apparently, the smell of a human hunter nearby sticks out like a sore thumb, so to speak.
That’s why many hunters shell out the big bucks for clothing that promises to lock your human stench inside its sticky fibers… or some such gobbledygok.
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For the thrifty, conscientious, and in-the-know hunters out there, there is a much cheaper, equally effective solution to the “scent” conundrum. All you need to execute it is an old sock and some talcum powder.
Step-by-step instructions on the next page.