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“Ev­ery time I walk to a stand I grab some hedge ap­ples. When I get in my spot, I put doe-in-heat scent gel around an ap­ple, and then toss it so it rolls across the game trail and into a shoot­ing lane. When a buck comes through, he’ll stop and sniff that scent trail—which leads away from my stand—giv­ing me a broad­side shot at a stand­ing deer that’s look­ing the other way.” —Barry Wensel, bowhunt­ing leg­end, broth­er­soft­he­bow.com

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