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The scent should disipate fairly quickly,probably in a day or so, it does with apples. Storing them in a scent free enviorment and transporting them in a likewise manner is always a good idea.

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I'm picking them up by hand and storing them in a 1/8" wire barrel that I made. They will be staying in this for several weeks before I'm ready for them and they are getting plenty of ventilation outdoors under my garage lean to. So I really don't think there will be much human scent by the time I'm ready for them Yes

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Dumped some in front of a trail cam, didn't take long for them to find them. One doe stayed there and ate for 45 minutes Big smile

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