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    Quote Originally Posted by Muleys 24/7 View Post
    Yea, no kidding, there's no way I'd ever throw one of these southern California deer over my shoulder.
    Lol... NO DOUBT! These suckers appear alive when dead... Cali bucks are infested and I always hunt with 90% deet on my clothes.

    X 2 on NEVER throwing one over the bacl... Uh uh...
    "This is A Way of Life"

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    so for those who deer hunt with tick spray doesnt that affect your scent and make the deer wind you easily?

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    Spray your cloths boots and socks with Sawyer Permethrin the day before and the smell will go away by the next morning. It will last up to six Washings. Great stuff we use for early deer season and all of turkey season. 0 ticks.

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    oh awesome thanks i tried this colman 90% deet and sprayed it on my clothes and it reeks and still have ticks crawling all over my cloths. id say from 5 to 20 throughout the day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Muleys 24/7 View Post
    Yea, no kidding, there's no way I'd ever throw one of these southern California deer over my shoulder.
    I even had on on my neck when got home. Not cold enough to keep them off you I guess !

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    Like everybody said permethrin is a great repellent, but don't put it directly on your skin. It makes some people sick. Stick to Deet for the skin.

 

 

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