Let’s face it, we all want to attract deer, fast. Anise has been a long time attractant for bear hunters all over North America. Any of y'all ever use vanilla in a scent bomb or dripper to attract deer? Deer do not get to be 3.5 and older in Michigan if they are the curious type. Well on this darn WWW.COM thing we have now there is recipes for making your own Anise extract. You might want to consider running some trails through the more thickly vegetated parts of your property as well to make things even easier on the deer. Big mature 8 point in velvet in it the next morning. Spray On Drag Rag Or Boots Going To Stand. You can make your own watering holes pretty easily, however, which can add to the experience of “home” for the whitetails you’re trying to attract. Read on, because here a primer on the art of how to attract deer fast. If it don't work its easy clean up. The 5 Best Rifle Bipods Reviews, Best Muck Boots For Hunting-The Perfect Pair of Muck Boots Makes For The Best Hunting. You can attract quite a few of them, and halfway control their movement by planting a few plants. Protip: Treat your scouting trips like a hunting trip. I've never sprayed any on corn or anything else for that matter but any air fresheners or candles that my wife uses in the travel trailer are vanilla scented. Forget the recipe. It was my first time ever trapping a deer. I can understand cover scent that smells like something natural, but vanilla, not so much. I swung the door open immediately and let him out cuz I didn't want him to hurt himself, so no pics. Vanilla Extract. I figure if there going to smell me, give em something to smell. Did you like the article? Give the fact that you can attract them just as easily by pouring apple cider on the ground, I'm not sure whether it's worth the extra expense. Has anyone used pure vanilla extract as an attractant for deer? Discussion in 'Hunting' started by bigbore442001, Oct 13, 2006. Use rubber boots and scent eliminators in order to avoid getting human scent all over everything while you’re taking a look. I have a friend who swears by it early season. Now we use the new scent killers. It is crucial that the vanilla you will be using is pure. to your ScentBlaster reservoir. I'm going to try this out this weekend. Of course, there are commercial deer pheromone and urine scented products as well. This year I had an old bottle of vanilla I cleaned out of the pantry and decided to pour it over corn to bait one of my traps to see if I could tell a difference. Scents and lures are popular for attracting deer. Have tried Beast feast used for hogs, deers, and bears. Deer get attracted to vanilla extract for its smell and taste. by mdjuh42 » Sun Sep 25, 2016 1:38 pm . Scout the Property. Even shorter barbwire fences that they can easily leap can create something of a pain for them to get around and may discourage them. A deer has a very sensitive sense of smell. Save your refills in a resealable container for your next hunt. Advertisement. Aug 22, 2006 #2. It has a base of vanilla flavoring, which has been a proven cover scent for many years, mixed with deer musk and a few other ingredients. Maybe someone on here knows it. Add 2 oz. I am quite sure you would be able to attract 1.5-2.5 yo bucks with something like this but would guess older deer will go the other way in most cases. Vanilla extract is a solution of ethanol and water that people use on western desserts as an essential ingredient. But I can't say for sure. Apply it to your boots and clothes, and spray on trees and brush around your tree … Most hunters have adopted the use of this type of attractant for a long time. Nobody remembers Dan Fitzgerald promoting Vanilla-Killa back in the late 80's, early 90's?