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#3101495 - 12/30/12 02:06 PM tarsal glands?
30-06 type of guy
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So the doe I shot today had very dark tarsal glands how do this go about with the rut does it last till season normally over or till breed time is over seeing that I havent seen chasing in my area but sure it has happened.
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#3101528 - 12/30/12 02:43 PM Re: tarsal glands? [Re: 30-06 type of guy]
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i have only cut them from bucks during rut,sure it is same with does!or cut them anytime and add scent to later?

Edited by greygoose (12/30/12 02:44 PM)
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#3101836 - 12/30/12 06:43 PM Re: tarsal glands? [Re: greygoose]
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 Originally Posted By: greygoose
i have only cut them from bucks during rut,sure it is same with does!or cut them anytime and add scent to later?
I would never add commercial scent to natural deer lure,why would you?
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#3101894 - 12/30/12 07:08 PM Re: tarsal glands? [Re: Football Hunter]
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I agree with FootballHunter, Do not add any scent to them. with that said I have never used Tarsal glands from a doe. I Have used with much success tarsal glands from bucks in the past
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#3102776 - 12/31/12 11:18 AM Re: tarsal glands? [Re: Bobs8pt]
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Some does stain their tarsals (by urinating over them) just like bucks. This behavior is certainly linked to the breeding process, but I wouldn't place too much emphasis on whether or not does have stained tarsals (in essence, it doesn't mean that much about rut timing).
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#3102843 - 12/31/12 12:08 PM Re: tarsal glands? [Re: BSK]
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My Son killed a buck yesterday that was with a doe and his tarsals were solid black and stunk to high heaven!
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#3102989 - 12/31/12 01:54 PM Re: tarsal glands? [Re: Winchester]
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Put them in the freezer and use them next year.
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#3103051 - 12/31/12 02:40 PM Re: tarsal glands? [Re: Football Hunter]
greygoose
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should have worded better,i only cut off bucks,heard of people doing the same to does in heat..putting scent on them was a question?

Edited by greygoose (12/31/12 04:20 PM)
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