yep scent cover is like putting a skunk 20 yards up wind of you, lets the deer know something is amiss
scent eliminator is a whole different thing.
You are putting a cover scent in the same category as a scent eliminator?Not according to the dogs nose. Deers noses are far more complex than a dogs nose & scent eliminators didn't make a difference in testing.
You are putting a cover scent in the same category as a scent eliminator?
One has a scent to cover your scent, the other has chemicals to eliminate your scent
the cover scent even I can smell.
and I take it you did not watch the video
I watched a few videos on it and it is an interesting product, I don’t think I would use it on myself but would try it in my truck.Save your money, hunt the wind.
With lions I’ve noticed that also, the few lions I’ve been able to see up close that also knew I was there didn’t really seem to pay much attention to us.
I don’t really care about fooling a coyotes nose but I do try to use every advantage I can when hunting deer or elk, I’ve seen proof several times that nose jammer at the very least camouflage’s my scent to some degree.
Couldn’t agree more Pinwheel, no way to know what happens unless your in a location where you can see your back trail.
I don’t think I’ve ever watched an ad for nosejammer, it was a recommendation from a hunting buddy. First time I used it was in Missouri during the early archery hunt, I had a nice whitetail buck walk down the same trail I took to my tree stand without any indication it smelled me. I thought huh, this stuff might actually work. I’ve had good experiences with it here in Az also. Not trying to get anyone to go out and buy it, just sharing my experience with it.
But, it’s the only product for scent control that I use, I don’t have confidence in any of the other products I’ve tried. But I agree, paying attention to the wind is always the best policy.