By Alan Clemons
This buck in north-central Wisconsin was caught on camera checking a scrape doctored with Smokey’s Preorbital Gland Lure. Bucks will check rubs and scrapes — their signposts — throughout the season.
Research proves that the licking branch is the No. 1 key to success when hunting a mock scrape, one of the best ways to fire up a big buck and get him interested in seeing what buck has invaded his territory.
The key to that licking branch is preorbital scent. Bucks secrete this scent as a means of distinctly identifying themselves from the competition. It allows deer …read more
Source:: Deer and Deer Hunting