They will work on curious animals, and it will help keep the animals attention, so that you can get a good shot. 9 times out of 10 are the younger animals that are looking in pre rut, the big ones ussually wait til rut is full swing, I guess it depends on want your looking for, trophy, or meat.
the plan is to shoot a doe early and fill my frezer so then i can concentrate on getting a dandy buck to walk past my stand. by early i mean the first day i go out so sept. 24 ill start on that buck i hope.
Everyone has different ideas about trophy pictures. Looks around and you will see "long armers," "set behinders," "big cheesers," and "blood covered brutes." I have a few tips to keep your trophy pictures from being laughers or worse yet just plain gross.
#1 Clean it up. Try to avoid bullet holes, gut pile, mass amounts of blood, and the tongue sticking out. You don't want your big buck to look like a angry 1st grader with his tongue out or a MMA fighter during the 3 round.
#2 Long arming...