So many weeds.......so little time.
Actually I have been seeing scent friendly gun cleaning stuff(baking soda based I think). I think it was @ Sportsman Wharehouse.
I use the "sport wash" on my cammo and outdoor gear. I can't see like a deer but I like the product. It cleans well w/ a very small amt of soap and is scentfree. It works good w/ wool, goretex and polypro stuff too. It comes in a quart bottle sells @ lots of places from REI,to walmart. It has no brightners either. I used the same mfg's UV bloker once but not sure if it worked or not? I seem to be able to keep out of the deers attention while still hunting so maybe it works?
I have some cabon 1st layer stuff w/ polypro but most that carbon suit stuff doesnt breath well @ all.
I wash my hunting gear and dry it out on the line and dont touch it until opening day. Then I figure its scent free for maybe 1/2 an hour!!!!
I wonder how all my forefathers ever got close to an animal w/o all this fancy stuff?
Keep the scent down, stay downwind, be quiet, go slow and practice shooting @ the range well before you shoot that one and only kill shot(Per animal that is)
Do yourself and the game a favor and practice your shooting skills. Hopefully you won't have to track a poor animal slowly dieing a painful death.
Bullseye Bill in The Scenic Flint Hills , KS
>>>>I wonder how all my forefathers ever got close to an animal w/o all this fancy stuff?>>>>
30 days without a bath, the deer just thought the smell was another wild animal. "skunk, maybe???" Nothing to be afraid of.
Dragonfly, that sounds right. I've heard that and seen it in artificial form in the stores.
30-30 or 222
"Where wisdom is called for, force is of little use."
Herodotus (circa 485-425 BC), Greek Historian