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(Red Fox Gland)
The "fox" comes out of the bottle at you
when you open this one.
a bottle of urine with a gland dragged through it, but rather very thick
and heavy bodied. 'Minnesota Red' is the
real thing for the scent post set but also is a big plus at dirt sets
when used with bait, as it removes suspicion as
well as attracts.
Fox and coyote lure used at dirt hole
sets. Don't spill any of this on your
hands or you'll want to cut them off! 'Canine Force' works mighty fine
during the early season but really shines
later on due to its great calling power.
I spent more time developing this lure than any
other. It's easy to make a call lure with just a
"skunky" smell but I wanted much, much more out of this one. When you
crack the cap, you will certainly smell skunk but underneath you will
detect a sweet odor consisting of a generous dose of castor and muskrat
musk. To top it off, I've added a couple more 'special agents' and put it
up in a thick base so it hangs in there for a long time. Use 'GUSTO' above
your set during warm weather and directly at your set when it starts to
Made for red fox, grey fox, coyotes, bobcats and for you marten and fisher
"it doesn't get any better than this."
A very thick, long-lasting natural gland lure that
will really stir up those
"howlers." "Yodel Dog" is made from glands aged to perfection and is not
only the answer to post sets but really dresses up your dirt hole and flat
sets. If you've never tried a coyote smell at a few of your coon sets,
now's the time and here's the lure.
A good bobcat gland lure will not only collect those
high priced cats but fox and
coon as well. "Feline Fix" does it all. This is a very thick lure loaded
with expensive bobcat glands for those of you who want that natural cat
odor. Many years this ends up being my top fox producing lure.
In plain talk, this one just plain smells like the
tail end of a mink. 'Mink Master'
gets those big, dominant bucks moving as its odor means there's a
trespasser on their turf. Do yourself a favor and use this as a change of
pace lure on your fox, coyote, and coon lines. In 1983 1 took 32 reds, 6
greys, 2 coyotes, and 12 dry land coon on Mink Master while using it alone
at flat sets.
"Bread and Butter"
Muskrats are truly the "Bread and Butter" of the
industry. Year after
year they lead the country in total pelts and total dollars generated for
the trapper. Is muskrat lure really worth using? Yes! If it's used
properly and if it's the right lure. The muskrat is a lot harder to "lure'
consistently than a fox ever thought about being! "Bread and Butter" is a
careful blend of several 'rat calling agents and has a very piercing odor
which is a must in 'rat lures.