Mock scrape success!

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  1. Wi transplant

    Wi transplant PMA Member

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    Started some mock scrapes using grape vines and getting lots of action !!![​IMG][​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]

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    IowaBowHunter1983 Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Awesome!

    Grape vines are a 100% guaranteed way to make scrapes.
     
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    They just LOVE those stupid vines.
     
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    I don't have any grapes on my place...where can I buy some vines? :)

    FWIW, I use rope with good success too.
     
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    Wi transplant PMA Member

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    Maybe i can start selling "scrape vines" by the ft and retire early ??? Lol!!

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    Good looking bucks!
     
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    Haha... literally go for a drive and you find them on ditch trees.
     
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    I call then grape vines but have never seen grapes on them. Mine are those vines that climb/choke/kill trees
     
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    started this year doing this type of mock scrapes and have had awesome results so far
     
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    Are you putting any orbital gland oil on them or buck urine on the scrape
     
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    Wi transplant PMA Member

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    Nope. Just using rubber gloves when cutting and installing them i use 2 pcs of electric fence wire to fasten to the limb above i use a 4 wheeler drive to where i want scrape stand on the seat wire it up and leave no ground scent either ! I know im anal that way !! But it works!!! Lol!!!

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    If you have to trim other branches from the area so the vine really sticks out !!

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    Put bottom of vine about belt height so all deer can use i think lots of people put them to high off the ground!! Hope this helps!!

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