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Grawe’s sweet skunk #7018730
10/16/20 05:37 AM
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Anyone add a dab of this to your baits and lures or use it alone?

Re: Grawe’s sweet skunk [Re: kytrapper] #7018892
10/16/20 10:47 AM
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Sorry,I haven't but it sounds like a good additive.

Re: Grawe’s sweet skunk [Re: kytrapper] #7018987
10/16/20 12:32 PM
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Never tried Graws"s, but I use sweet skunk in a few formulations. It has it's uses.

Re: Grawe’s sweet skunk [Re: Yes sir] #7019071
10/16/20 02:19 PM
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For marten and fisher it's my opinion the sweet lure is more effective, for both species, than the skunky lure except maybe in extreme cold conditions. But then, it’s also my opinion most marten stay primarily under the snow cover during these extreme conditions. In any event the wife likes the sweet lure better, and I must admit I do also.


The only constant in trapping is change so keep learning.






Re: Grawe’s sweet skunk [Re: bctomcat] #7019299
10/16/20 08:12 PM
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Further to my previous post, if your on location within suitable habitat, for the target species, there is no need for a strong lure.


The only constant in trapping is change so keep learning.






Re: Grawe’s sweet skunk [Re: kytrapper] #7019699
10/17/20 11:40 AM
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I add Graw's sweet skunk to a food lure I make for late season work. Yotes and fox dig down thru snow to get at it. Without sweet skunk they don't. wink I also add a drop or 2 to urine to change it a bit.


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