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I wanna know what these hunters are using for scent control.
Whatever it is, it’s working.
Chad Bassett and Lindsay Christensen were bowhunting in Utah a few weeks back when they attempted to call in a group of elk.
It worked perfectly. So perfectly, in fact, that a group of calves wandered right up to them and started sniffing around.
Check it out:
Chad mentioned in the video description that he could feel the calf’s breath on his hands when the elk licked the bow.
That’s an experience very few hunters will ever have.
Amusingly, Chad also remarked that he hoped the elk wouldn’t trample the other bow that was laying on the ground.
Even better, the bugling in the background suggests that a big bull was close by, but the video ends before we ever get to see it.
All well. I’m guessing that Chad and Lindsay would give up the chance at a bull to have a rare encounter like this.