Moultrie Products
Evercalm
Whitetail Deer
Contributors to this thread:
Shawn 03-Sep-17
LBshooter 03-Sep-17
oldgoat 04-Sep-17
Pi 04-Sep-17
bigswivle 04-Sep-17
Bowriter 04-Sep-17
1Longbow 04-Sep-17
Shawn 04-Sep-17
ground hunter 04-Sep-17
t-roy 04-Sep-17
njbuck 06-Sep-17
Bullshooter 06-Sep-17
LBshooter 06-Sep-17
Two Feathers 06-Sep-17
Shawn 06-Sep-17
LBshooter 06-Sep-17
LBshooter 06-Sep-17
Ben 06-Sep-17
JohnB 06-Sep-17
buckshideout 08-Sep-17
ground hunter 08-Sep-17
1boonr 11-Sep-17
From: Shawn
03-Sep-17
Curious who uses it. The herd in a stick one and ecsp the doe in estrius one. I have had good success using doe and buck urine from deer I have shot but looming at something a bit easier to collect! Thanks! Shawn

From: LBshooter
03-Sep-17
Ever calm, great stuff. Put it on my boots and pant legs and gloves whe touching brush. I have watched deer cut my track and sniff and continue on with no fear. The vs1 I have not used but this year I will try it, gander had it discounted big time so I got one.

From: oldgoat
04-Sep-17
Had a montana decoy sitting around the house a couple of years, did no scent control to it except rub some evercalm on the butt, had a buck come up, sniff the decoy butt with no negative reaction, he then leaned down and sniffed ground where I stood putting up the decoy and about come out of his skin, figured out the evercalm works and that maybe I did need to invest in a pair of rubber boots!

From: Pi
04-Sep-17
Yep, Clean boots #1 other stuff #2 It doesn't hurt and seems to work but they are curious creatures by nature and I wouldn't doubt that many smells would do the same thing provided they are not too offensive , like human odor and such . Deer- like smells are safe but I prefer to use them on a scent rag tied to a long stick with string to keep the smell separate from me and my path and any possible contamination I may be tracking along.

From: bigswivle
04-Sep-17
I like it, but man it's expensive.

From: Bowriter
04-Sep-17
Oldgoat-Save your money. You don't need rubber boots, you just need to clean the ones you have. Rubber boots do nothing in terms of scent control. Take your boots and wade in a creek a little while. Then, let them dry in the sun and wear them only for hunting. Put them on when you get out of the truck. You'll be fine.

From: 1Longbow
04-Sep-17
So I take it the stuff contains deer urine?

From: Shawn
04-Sep-17
It contains deer scents and one contains deer urine. They say it is like a deer herd in a dispenser. Sorry but rubber boots do make a difference maybe not huge buy any smooth non porous service pics up less scent then a rough porous one. Shawn

04-Sep-17
If rubber boots makes no difference, I guess all my efforts with my trapping hip boots and trapping gloves, is a waster of time......

From: t-roy
04-Sep-17

From: njbuck
06-Sep-17
I tried ever calm last year. It works plain and simple. It certainly makes the deer feel more relaxed from my first hand experience.

From: Bullshooter
06-Sep-17
How long does it last? I have a stick that is 2 years old. Still any good?

From: LBshooter
06-Sep-17
As long as it's in the bag you got it should be good. It's one scent I don't mind paying for because it works.

From: Two Feathers
06-Sep-17
When I used it nothing ever came by to sniff it. It's nice to stop a deer without putting it on alert.

From: Shawn
06-Sep-17
Thanks guys, I have great luck using scents during the rut. Drag rags, treating scrapes even doing some misting, but I hate the mess and getting scent on my hunting clothes by mistake. I thought if I wear some rubber gloves and tried this stuff and it works I could stop worrying about contaminating my stuff with piss. Shawn

From: LBshooter
06-Sep-17
Hey Shawn no need for the rubber gloves with ever calm, also, give their rutting buck stick a try. Smells good and a buddy used it last year and had a deer follow right in, he used a drag rag.

From: LBshooter
06-Sep-17
As long as it's in the bag you got it should be good. It's one scent I don't mind paying for because it works.

From: Ben
06-Sep-17
I've had very good results with Evercalm , not so good with other deer scent products. I'll be using it again this year.

From: JohnB
06-Sep-17
Evercalm and James Valley two lures I have seen good results with!

From: buckshideout
08-Sep-17
evercalm on pants and shoulders for walking through brush. I use Red Fox urine on boots. Havent had a deer cut my track in years with this stuff!

08-Sep-17
going to try that this year....

From: 1boonr
11-Sep-17
this stuff works great especially when you are downwind of the deer

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