Mineral and Attractant free trial

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What do you find to be the best type of attractants?

  1. Synthetic lures

  2. Loose mineral

  3. Mineral blocks

  4. Natural material lures

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  1. Brandon Woosh

    Brandon Woosh New Member

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    Starting a business of deer attractants mineral etc I live in Michigan so far have two main products both a mineral lick and a hanging attractant founded around natural materials that are out in wildlife and kind of adapt them as lures still in a small operation(literally work out of my house) but would like to expand and offer some free samples to see how the effects are in different areas also any other attractants or remedies you have that you would like to see out on the market like I said I only have two products out right now but have a couple dozen in the experimental phase message me if interested or have any questions Thank you all for your time it's very appreciated!
     
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  2. Brandon Woosh

    Brandon Woosh New Member

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  3. Doe Shooter

    Doe Shooter Active Member

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    Please forgive me. I'm not trying to rain on your parade. It has been my experience that plain white salt provides as much , if not more, attraction as any mix. I recall a property I used to hunt where there was a simple white salt lick established and a guy across the creek was trying every magic mix on the market.He wanted to pull the deer off the other guys property. The deer would occasionally walk through it to get to the white salt. I can't speak to the health benefits for the deer, but I'd bet money, on a side by side test ,deer would pick the plain salt. Just my opinion.
     
  4. Brandon Woosh

    Brandon Woosh New Member

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    I understand what you're saying I've found white salt to be a great attraction for white tails that's why I have a line of products built around a base of white salt with just enough extra things deer love mixed in
     
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