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Big and J attractants

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#1 Male OFFLINE   Newtonlt2


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Posted 11/13/16 - 08:33 PM

Anyone on here use Big and J attractants? Specifically the 40 lb bag of the granular attractant? Trying it for first time and wanted to see about user success. Thanks!

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Posted 11/13/16 - 09:09 PM

I have in the past with limited success. I feel its expensive and turns to mud if it rains....


You may be better off to check out the 25 lb attractant blocks by A&W Naturelabs when the B&J is gone... They have been a staple for me this season, lasting a very long time.

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Posted 11/13/16 - 09:37 PM

I've used the BB2 topped with some sugar beet crush and the deer would polish it off in a few days. Usually I would use a block for a few weeks then give them something else when the blocks are gone. Only have baited in the summer months though.

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