Product Feature: Cherry Rush Cover Scent

Product Feature: Cherry Rush Cover Scent

Sometimes all you need is that little “extra” when it comes to fooling or attracting a big buck. With a number of cover scents and attractants coming to market almost on a daily basis, Cherry Rush Cover Scent stands out for a number of reasons.


Cherry Is Different – I’ve said it time and time again but I believe the key to attracting a whitetail is the ability to spark their curiosity with something out of the ordinary, something different. A potent cherry smell is not commonly found in much of the habitat across a majority of the whitetails range and I’ve found through continued use, it is a powerful compound.


Cover It Up – In addition to using Cherry Rush as an attractant, it is highly effective as a cover scent. Spray it on your boots, pants, and jacket to overload a deer’s senses when they show up unannounced on the down-wind side of your stand.


Enhance Your Feed – For those of you who hunt in states where it is legal to practice supplemental feeding for your deer herd, use this special formula to enhance the effectiveness of Cherry Rush flavor found in Big Tine 30-06 and slot tergacor Protein Plus.


Compact And Affordable – At 8 FL OZ, this bottle packs enough scent for prolonged use throughout the season and fits well into a day pack for carrying with you during the hunt. At only $7.99 a bottle, it allows you to apply the spray generously when it matters most.



Cherry Rush aroma is irresistible to situs slot gacor a deer’s nose.



There is no right or wrong way to use Big Tine Cover Scent and I encourage you to mix it up and try something new. Spray it on a few trees close to your stand location or apply it over the top of your feeding site. The idea here is to create something that deer are drawn to or will mask your human odor when the wind swirls out of nowhere. Don’t wait, pick up a bottle today and start experimenting on your own situs judi slot terbaik dan terpercaya no 1 property this deer season!


Every Inch Matters – Attract I Develop I Grow

Joe Umphries
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