Scientists have found that a deer’s nose contains hundreds of millions of “receptor sites” sensitive to various odors. One study suggests that deer are 10,000 times more sensitive to odors than humans and can smell you from a half-mile away. How many times have you had a “Wallhanger” get close to the kill zone only to have him turn and run when the breeze introduces you to his nostrils? No wonder we get busted so often, BUT NOT ANYMORE. It’s time to put a stop to wind direction being an obstacle to bagging that elusive buck.
With the introduction of a revolutionary product commonly referred to as “Camouflage For The Human Scent”, an Arkansas company, Camo Dust Inc., has leveled the playing field against those trophy bucks and alpha does that are constantly busting you out.
The product, aptly named CAMO DUST, is a patented powder that naturally prevents odors from forming that are offensive to game. It is not a masking agent or cover scent. CAMO DUST is unscented, goes on dry, unlike liquid sprays that go on wet when it’s 20 degrees outside, and naturally prevents the formation of offensive odors that signal danger to game animals.
The team behind the discovery of CAMO DUST has over 120 years of hunting experience and has tried just about every scent control product on the market but none come close to delivering the results that CAMO DUST delivers. Hundreds of testimonials on the company’s website, www.CamoDust.com , show the effectiveness of CAMO DUST, including videos of bucks within three feet of the hunter.
And Camo Dust is not just for deer hunting. Any hunting trip where you must to control your scent and other odors that you may not realize trigger “flight and fear” response in the game your stalking, CAMO DUST is essential. “When you have a bear that licks the ground blind that you’re sitting in after dusting down with CAMO DUST, you will not go hunting without it”, according to Chris Parnell, Camo Dust Inc. National Sales Director, and here’s that video,
According to Camo Dust’s website, if you’re tired of getting busted, get dusted with CAMO DUST. For more information visit Camo Dust’s website, www.CamoDust.com , and be sure to like us on FaceBook and Instagram to stay updated on the Company’s latest news, testimonials and videos.