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Old 11-14-2011, 03:56 PM   #1
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Default C'mere deer or Fatal Attraction?

Has anyone used either of these products?

I'm thinking of trying one to see if I can't help my daughter get her first deer for the Wisconsin opener!
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Old 11-14-2011, 04:09 PM   #2
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I have never really seen any of it really do any good.

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You may find you will just have to try one to see what deer around you think about it. I have watched them leave c'mere alone but eat up black something from the same company. Same with others. Screw the lid of a cantainer of peanut butter to a tree deer head high, screw it on and cut the bottom out. That allways seems to work even with deer than have never seen a peanut..
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I agree with hardluk1, try the peanut butter first ,It's cheaper and I can say 1st hand it works .
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Make sure that its legal to use that "Bait" or attractants, in my state you must put out and remove the "Bait" ten days before you can legally hunt it.

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