anyone ever use deer cain? or cmere deer?

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  1. agdave112

    agdave112 Junior Member

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    please let me know your results. worth the money?
     
  2. lungcutter

    lungcutter Senior Member

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    I used it behind my house once to see the results. The deer ate a hole into the ground! this stuff really works. I am not allowed to use it here during the hunting season:doh: .
     

  3. agdave112

    agdave112 Junior Member

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    did you use cmere deer?
     
  4. kbohunt

    kbohunt are u a fat boy?

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    Ha,Dave!

    Check hunting tip's thread, Ive been using Deer Cain for about 10 years great stuff.
    Check your local laws first,in VA ya cant put anything down after Sept 1
    I dont know about other states.
    Ive taken a few bucks pawing the ground with this stuff!:biggrin1:
     
  5. lungcutter

    lungcutter Senior Member

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    No, I used the deer cain
     
  6. Pinwheel1969

    Pinwheel1969 #1 THREAD KILLER

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    I used it and they ignored it. finally washed away from rain. I have had great success with Lucky Buck!!!
     
  7. Cameron

    Cameron Senior Member

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    The gooey, syrup like stuff in the one gallon plastic jug works just as good, and it only costs $8.00. C'mere deer is like $25.

    I watched 2 bucks dig a hole 2 weeks after I put that stuff on the ground to get a taste.
     
  8. Ronhop

    Ronhop RIP

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    Nope.
    Cannot bait in Illinois.

    Ron
     
  9. Lwapo

    Lwapo Junior Member

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    Kinda...

    We put it out, but not where we hunt. About 100 yards off our back porch, we have a feeder and a small spot of Deer Cain.

    We put it out so we can have them coming into the back yard year round, not to hunt off of. Plus its supposed to keep them healthier.

    That being said, they use it, but I don't know how well it would work as bait? I think you'd have more success using acorns/apples/corn/etc as a bait than deer cain.
     
  10. Onyx Z

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    Y'all say baiting is illegal after a certain date, but what's the difference between a deer feeder and baiting? Or can you not have a feeder either after Sept 1 in your state?
     
  11. outdoorsman

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    what isthe difference in bating, feeders,a corn field, a hay field, a grass farm, apple trees, ect all have the same purpose... makes some states feel better to say they dont feed the deer like others they just hunt a 100 acre corn field or orchard :laugh:
     
  12. IChim2

    IChim2 IChim2 and he's a shooter

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    I ever could figure that out either.It's strange that here in Mo you have to stop hunting spring gobblers in the afternoon so they can do their thing with the hens....but you can hunt bucks all day long....i know....they mostly do their love making at night.I have seen them do it in the middle of the day though... A Quickie:lol:
     
  13. TRB

    TRB Junior Member

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    A buddy and I used C'mere deer one time last year during the rut. Shot a decent size ten point he went straight for the stuff. I would say it works pretty good although it is very expensive.
     
  14. Sniper

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    I used the powder in the jug a couple times years ago. Whichever that one is. deer cane I think.
    Mixed it with water as directed, poured it on a couple spots in late Sept.
    Nothin, Nothin, Nothin, then about 5-6 weeks later all the treated areas were holes dug 6-8 inches deep and two feet across, and they kept hitting it for about two months.
    Guess it has to ferment or something,but when it did, they went wild for it.
    The spots were all right beside big trails used heavily from the time I poured it.
     
  15. kbohunt

    kbohunt are u a fat boy?

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    The same!

    It is the same:
    In VA there is a cutoff time which is Sept.1
    You can use feeders and corn and anything you want until this time and then you have to pull the feeders out and stop.
    We use this togeather with food plots which are legal year round while the plot is growing!:biggrin1:
     
  16. Pinwheel1969

    Pinwheel1969 #1 THREAD KILLER

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    Thats true ! but I thought you can use a mineral supplement down there? I have a friend that owns property in brown county and he's been using Lucky buck for a few years. Its not considered a bait cause it is a supplement. I've used it for 3 years now. And they have dug holes about 6' round and a 1' deep. And have eaten stumps down to the dirt.. and the antler growth per year is awesome!!
     
  17. BUNNYMAN

    BUNNYMAN I pray for you!

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    spring turkey season here is untill noon every day also.....
     
  18. davisxtremmarine

    davisxtremmarine Junior Member

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    well I used cmere deer and the deer kraze and the deer cane depending on your area that you put it in it all works but not hardly at all in the spring no matter where you put it unless the deer just really need the nutrients that are in it. that is why they love the stuff is the minerals and nutrients that is in it. We test it all over our land around the acorn trees and near the corn fields soybeans you name it. The stuff does work just better at different time of the year and the area you put it in. The best thing with any of it is to find a well used trail that is close to a natural water source and put it about 10 to 15 ft off of it. I have found that old stumps work the best. Just FYI the cmere deer works great to mix it with water and soak corn in it for a day or so then put it out. Good luck I've got 4 nice deer so far this year out of the same tree.
     
  19. IChim2

    IChim2 IChim2 and he's a shooter

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    Can't hunt over baits here either..but one thing i know they love is sweet corn.I get it at the local feed store and they take a 50lb bag of feeder corn and dump it it this big bin and pour Molases(sp?) all over it and stir it up and dump it back into the bag..I am not kidding...deer love it.I put it out in back of the house and if the deer are with in smelling distance..they will come to it...and than keep comming back to it.I'm a firm believer that they have a sweet tooth.
     
  20. Sniper

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    We put out screened caramel corn waste when we can get it, and the bears go nuts for it.
    Deer didn't go for it at all, but they loved the regular popcorn screenings.
    Nothing would eat the cheese corn waste. Not even skunks.