Wildlife Research Center®, the leader in attractor Scents and Scent Elimination is celebrating their 40th anniversary.
4 decades ago, Wildlife Research Center® started out with one simple idea, to make a better deer scent than anything else on the market. It had taken many years of extensive field testing on wild deer in the wild. 100’s of ingredients and formulations were tested to get it just right. Then in 1983, the winning combination, Trail’s End® #307® became the scent that started it all.
Trail’s End® #307® is a complex blend of doe urine with estrus secretions and other ingredients, some of which are not well known, but are highly effective at attracting whitetail bucks. This powerful attractor scent hits several appeals all at once.
It really brings in the bucks during all parts of the season, especially during the rut; and does love it too.
2023 is the 40th Anniversary since Wildlife Research Centers® started distributing Trail’s End® #307® and even now it is still one of their most popular scent products and considered an old trusty for many experienced deer hunters out there. It’s also one of the best scent choices out there for young and new hunters, to help bring in more action on the deer stand. It’s the Smell Your Trophy Buck Has Been Waiting For!
Be sure to get yourself a bottle of Trail’s End® #307® this season and Fire Up Your Hunt
MSRP for Trai’s End® #307® is $10.32 for the 1 FL OZ size and $22.66 for the 4 FL OZ size.
Wildlife Research Center® is known for its innovative products in Scents and Scent Elimination. This is Wildlife’s 40th Anniversary; it’s their extreme passion and superior quality that has propelled them to be the leader in the category. “Helping Hunters Fill Tags for 40 Years!”
The products are 100% Money-Back Guaranteed – direct by Wildlife Research Center®.
For more information on the entire line of scent elimination products and hunting lures from Wildlife Research Center, inc. visit www.wildlife.com.
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