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    Lets see.....I'm not sure if this point has been touched on yet but ........Wind in your face is the only scent control that is 100% effective 100% of the time and it doesn't cost you anything other than a little planning.

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    Sometimes the wind swirls fellas... I always use the wind as a main plan but it helps to have that just in case.
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    I use the dead down wind's products and smoke in a bottle.
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    Smoooooooke in a bottle, lead in the sky.

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    All while using the wind and smoke in a bottle I will usually find a good sage bush strip down and rub the sage in my hands and hit the rank spots than take my shirt lay it over the bush and smash as much sage as possible into the shirt and the same with the pants. Sage is some pretty smelly stuff once you break the small leaves up. And it's a natural scent. This all may be a mental confidence thing that works for me so take it for what it's worth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nvarcher View Post
    Sometimes the wind swirls fellas... I always use the wind as a main plan but it helps to have that just in case.
    nvarcher,

    If you want to keep using it, that is fine. I don't think it hurts anywhere but the wallet. I have swam in the stuff myself, and let me tell you, when the wind "swirls," you are screwed.

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    Lets see.....I'm sure my math is not technically correct but you get the idea. A deers nose can detect odor molecules at a rate of one part per million..........So, cover scents or the so called scent eleminators or even carbon must totaly mask, destroy or incapsulate 100 % of your human odor. I'm not saying the science behind these products are bad, i'm just saying there is NO WAY to totally eliminate human scent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by packer58 View Post
    Lets see.....I'm sure my math is not technically correct but you get the idea. A deers nose can detect odor molecules at a rate of one part per million..........So, cover scents or the so called scent eleminators or even carbon must totaly mask, destroy or incapsulate 100 % of your human odor. I'm not saying the science behind these products are bad, i'm just saying there is NO WAY to totally eliminate human scent.
    BINGO! I agree. Good math
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    Quote Originally Posted by packer58 View Post
    Lets see.....I'm sure my math is not technically correct but you get the idea. A deers nose can detect odor molecules at a rate of one part per million..........So, cover scents or the so called scent eleminators or even carbon must totaly mask, destroy or incapsulate 100 % of your human odor. I'm not saying the science behind these products are bad, i'm just saying there is NO WAY to totally eliminate human scent.
    That is good math, you must have went to lassen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drhorsepower View Post
    That is good math, you must have went to lassen.
    Yep, Uh........ i mean....... yes in did

 

 

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