Tips for Hunting Invisibly
Preparation for your Hunt:
So you get your gear together in your room for your next day trek
into the woods, as your wife prepares a great spaghetti and meatball
dinner with toasted garlic bread. That wonderful aroma has now permeated
your hunting clothes, gear and your skin. A matter of fact tomorrow
when you are hunting that great tasting garlic will excrete from
your pores like smoke from a chimney. So what do you do? The first
thing you do is several days before your hunt, place you hunting
clothes on a hanger and hang them outside, away from the furnace
exhaust, oven or dryer vent pipes. Let them air out and become part
of the natural scent of the nature. Then the day before your hunt,
spray them down really well with Invisible Hunter. Next, take those
hunting boots and spray them down with your Invisible Hunter and
place them somewhere away from household scents and odors, especially
pets. I like to put them in a plastic bag until I use them. Lastly,
your gear, whether a backpack or fanny pack, that needs to be somewhere
outside, a shed, under your porch or even hanging on your clothes
line. Best try to keep everything out of the rain if you can. Be
sure to spray you pack down with your Invisible Hunter as well.
Now that your gear is all clean and fresh, how about you, the hunter?
The day before the big day, you are riddled with excitement as
you prepare in your mind the big hunt. Believe it or not your diet
is an important part of your hunt. Smelling like garlic bread is
the last thing you need. You want to eat healthy, no spicy foods.
You also don’t want to consume alcohol, although at many a
camp the cold beer is part of the festivities. Alcohol odor will
pour from your breath and skin like a stink bomb, so remember little
or none is best. Have some chicken and potatoes for dinner. Stay
away from those foods and drinks that carry strong odors or create
their own issues, such as onions and cabbage and most carbonated
beverages too. Flatulence is a common result from consuming some
of these things, and all of them will scare away not only the game
but your fellow hunters as well!
Now let’s make our own body wash. Buy yourself some 3% hydrogen
peroxide from the drug store, it’s inexpensive and will work
well. Get yourself an empty jug, like a well-rinsed out milk jug.
Pour in about 16 oz. of hydrogen peroxide; add about a ¼
cup of baking soda. Shake the solution, over the sink, it may foam
up and may spew out. Once it has settled you have yourself your
very own bacteria removing solution. Bacteria is what creates the
odor, if you remove that, you remove the odor. When you shower use
this solution as your body soap, but be sure to rinse off well.
Be sure to use scentless anti-perspirant and never use cologne or
How about that nasty hunting morning breath? After I brush my teeth
and tongue, yes tongue, as it contains a lot of bacteria, I blend
a teaspoon of baking soda in a glass of water and gargle. Sure it’s
yucky, but it works great as a gargling solution. Be sure to rinse
your mouth out well. You don’t want to have minty-breath,
your only date is with your prey, not your woman.
Now it’s time to head out to our favorite hunting spot. If
you are driving to your hunting camp, remember not to place your
hunting gear and clothes near your cars air freshener, usually the
trunk is a good place, but away from any automotive liquids. Your
back seat might be too close to your lingering air freshener or
contain pet hair and oils, or even last week’s burger and
fries from the kids. Before going out to the woods, be sure to spray
your clothing, boots (including the bottoms) and gear lightly with
Hunter. If possible, it’s best to carry your outer garments
in your back pack rather than wear them, especially if your trek
into the woods is long and rough. Be sure to bring your small Invisible
Hunter Field Applicator too, you’ll want to use it once your
set up in your stand or blind. Now remember, the last thing you
want to do is perspire. TAKE YOUR TIME! Don’t rush to your
spot with excitement, it will only cause you to sweat and undo all
of your tedious preparation. Walk slowly, carefully and take deep
breaths, it will help you relax. I like to walk about 50 yards and
stop and look around. Be aware of your surroundings, look for tracks,
sign, and game. They may be watching you. If you are going to be
climbing into a stand, be sure not to exert too much energy. That
will only make you perspire. Remember, everything needs to be done
slowly and methodically.
Once you have reached your place of choice, get your gear set up
for easy access. Not in the leaves where the rustling will make
noise, and especially not swinging in the wind where it looks like
a flag. Now, take out your Invisible
Hunter Field Applicator and spray a light mist over your outer
garment, headwear and gloves. Congratulations, you have now become
an Invisible Hunter!
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