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The Truth About Deer Scrapes

Scrapes are typically made by whitetail bucks, in the fall to mark breeding territories. Fall’s decreasing sunlight triggers the amount of testosterone in a buck’s body. This causes the buck to become more territorial, thus begins the scrape activity or the pawing of the ground. This is what we observe when we are in the […]

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Mock Scrapes in the Big Woods of Idaho

Troy Pottenger has been a regular user of Buck Fever deer scents for decades, and he’s an even more regular killer of big bucks in the big woods of Idaho. We recently asked Troy to share some of his secrets to getting onto these trophy whitetails in an area not as popular for producing record […]

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