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Weekly Deal

Deer Lix block's are awesome for using throughout the year to hold deer in an area till the fall, pour the Stak'd over the deer lix on top of a pile or rotting logs or a stump and make sure you try a Reveal trail cam on the location
C$33.98 C$21.99

This weeks deal is a regular price Deer Lix block with a free Stak'd 5lb bag.

 

The Deer Lix block is awesome for using throughout the year in front of your Reveal trail camera to hold deer in an area till the fall.

The Rack Stacker deer lix block is a complex mix of salt mineral and vitamins. The block is 25 lb in weight can last up to 6 months and is great for starting mineral locations in the bush where you want to hold big game animals.

The deer lix block is infused with apple flavouring. It is great when it rains as it intensifies the smell that comes from the block to draw in game animals from a far.

Also comes in Maple Flavouring for Moose

 

StaK'D is the perfect year round attractant that has an incredible draw of Cocoa-nut Vanilla. After 3 years of studies we have worked hard to designing the best product that deer can't resist and not only have we found it, but it works any time of the year.

 

Rack Stacker StaK'D is the go to attractant for holding deer on your property and works amazing. Simply pour it onto a rotten stump in your area and the deer will find its aroma irresistible. Deer will continue to visit the site and eat away at the stump. Top it up 1-2 times a year to keep them coming back.

Packed with Vitamins and Minerals the StaK'D will keep them deer coming back throughout the year.

Now is the time to get started because the deer are in need of mineral throughout the year. 10lbs per location is perfect, however if you find that its being visited daily it wouldn't hurt to have another 5lbs added late summer.

We have StaK'D available in a 50lb value bag if you have multiple locations you want to use the product on. See more details on our website or call 1-800-945-1846 for more details.

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