LAST UPDATED: May 1st, 2015
When you think of Tink’s lures and scents, you probably think of their famous glass bottle of Tink’s 69 and a buck with his nose to the ground thinking he’s following a doe when he’s actually digging his own grave. Tink’s has established themselves as the premeire deer hunting lure on the market, but that’s not where their success stops. They’ve also developed an impressive line of predator products. Check them out below.
The same qualities that keep predators such as coyotes, bobcats and foxes at the top of the food chain also make them difficult to hunt. Not only are these predators intelligent, but they have remarkably keen senses that alert them not only to potential prey, but to the hunters in their area. Tink’s predator lures manipulate their unbelievable sense of smell to work in the hunter’s favor. Irrisistible to predators, these scents help to level the playing field a bit.
Tink’s Coyote Mist Predator Lure is ideal for bringing in shy coyotes. Formulated with only the best grade of natural urine, not only will this mist lure them to within range, but it stops them in their tracks affording you a better shot. The 4 oz. bottle features a spray top allowing mist to drift downwind to stick to vegetation.
Tink’s Rabbit Mist Predator Lure utilizes the urine of predators’ most preferred food source. Ideal to use with decoys and calling, the rabbit lure adds one more level of realism to your hunting setup. Like the Coyote Mist Predator Lure, Tink’s Rabbit Mist Predator Lure stops predators in their tracks, and the 4 oz. bottle’s spray top provides a mist that will drift downwind and stick to vegetation.
Tink’s Predator Smokin’ Sticks are designed to smell like rabbits — the most preferred food source of coyotes and bobcats. Once lighted, each stick smokes for 15 to 20 minutes. The scented smoke gets down range farther and faster than other scent-dispersal methods. Each package contains 10 sticks.
The Tink’s predator lures are no doubt the most convincing predator lures on the market. During your next trip afield, give them a try and see the results for yourself.
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