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Code Blue Expands D/CODE and Synthetic Scent Line at ATA Show

January 22, 2019

The innovations keep rolling out as Code Blue launched new products for their scent-elimination line as well as its synthetic scents. Read More

Create a Calming Zone

January 18, 2019

A foolproof plan for putting late-season deer at ease. Read More

5 Ways to Control Scent During Late Season

December 11, 2018

Late-season hunting can be one of the most predictable times of year to catch a big buck up feeding. However, these deer are also the most alert and scent control is a must. Read More

Tips for Pairing Scent Control with Cover Scent

December 10, 2018

Pairing scent control and cover scents may seem contradictory and counterintuitive, but it can be a very effective strategy to employ at any time during the season. Here’s a four-step plan for doing it right. Read More

How Weather Impacts Scent Dispersal

November 13, 2018

As temps drop, snow and rain falls, and winds swirl, using scents involves more that just soaking a drag or wick. Read More

How to Use Scent Drags During the Rut

November 7, 2018

While a buck uses his nose to detect danger for the majority of the year, during the rut he’s using it to locate estrous does for breeding. Turn a buck’s nose against him by using a scent drag. Read More

When to Hunt Scrapes

October 30, 2018

Not all scrapes are the same. Learning to decipher which ones are the best can put you within bow range of a mature buck. Read More

How To Make A Mock Scrape

October 9, 2018

Whether for trail camera images or to place a buck right in your shooting lane, a mock scrape is an effective tool for hunters. Here’s how to make one that works. Read More

A Little Goes A Long Way — Secrets To Mock Scrapes

October 4, 2018

Garrett Boelkes of Last Breath TV shares his unique techniques for creating a mock scrape. Read More

MAP OUT YOUR SEASON-LONG SCENT STRATEGY

September 26, 2018

Employ a full arsenal of scents for success in every phase of the season. Read More

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