09-14-2012, 11:01 PM
Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Liberty, N.Y. Lower Catskill Mountains.
Originally Posted by wvbreamfisherman
Interesting article in Field and Stream a month or two ago. They used a number of scents, and a dog. They found that none of them actually made the human scent unusuable - the dog found the person every time.
That said, I imagine that cover scents do have some usefulness, but like scent-lock clothing (also shown not to fool dogs), I think they mostly fool customers.
Yes, that was an interesting article.
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