We suggest tying a piece of sponge to the sole of your hunting boots. Apply Cloak to the sponge and proceed to your stand. Re-apply Cloak every 75 to 100 yards on the way in. You don’t have to soak the sponge, just make it moist.You are basically laying a trail for a buck to follow while Cloaking your human odor at the same time.
When in your stand, remove a sponge from your boot and again apply Cloak to the sponge. Hang this sponge near you in the stand or on a nearby branch near the blind.
*Remember, Cloak will not draw a buck from 3 ridges over. YOU must have done your homework and know you are in a good deer area. Hunt the rut, put the odds in your favor.
Place yourself over-looking where 2 or more heavily used deer trails intersect. The more traffic at an intersection, the more cars you’ll see !Keep the breeze blowing away from the direction that you suspect the deer will come from.SIT STILL ! BE PATIENT !Be QUIET
Hours on the stand in a good location is the “secret” to a successful hunt.
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Cloak is the ultimate cover scent and attractor when coyote calling (hunting). Cloak has the skunky odor to cover your scent and the natural musks of the red fox, which coyotes hate !A coyote cannot stand a fox in his territory or on his hunting grounds.
Ask any fox trapper if a coyote has ever killed and mauled a fox in the trap before the trapper arrived. If they’ve trapped much, they’ll tell you “Oh yes !”
You are not trying to trail coyote to you like you are when deer hunting. Use Cloak at your stand near you and let the breeze do the work for you.
I learned the following from a very successful coyote killer in Montana, and it cost me over $1,000 to learn his methods.
He Said:“Every minute past daylight (shooting light) that it takes to get a coyote within range is to your disadvantage (Ok..it wasn’t that clean as he said it !). “
In other words, howl to locate the coyotes just before daylight. Move in on them to within a few hundred yards in the darkness. Wait till you can shoot safely at daybreak, then use the call.
Locating your coyotes BEFORE you call to them is 90% of coyote calling success !You want them coming to you just at first light. He says most days he’s done by 9AM and doesn’t even mess with night calling.