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New Gander Product  Tink's Salad Dressin' Vegetation Spray

Item # 728407
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Key Features

  • Attracts deer with the scent of honeysuckle

  • Spray on any vegetation to bring in those bucks

  • Creates feeding patterns in unfavorable areas

  • Large 32-oz. spray bottle for easy application


Our Price   $9.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
tinks Tink's Salad Dressin' makes practically any vegetation palatable to deer. Features a delicious honeysuckle blend that deer can't resist. Spray crystallizes on foliage which makes it last for over a week. It's like having a "food plot" in a bottle. Creates feeding patterns in areas deer normally don't travel. 32 ounce spray bottle

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Tink'sTinks Salad Dressin Vegetation Spray
 
5.0

(based on 1 review)

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5.0

Really works

By JJ

from Scranton, PA

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      Comments about Tink's Tinks Salad Dressin Vegetation Spray:

      Used to stop deer on a trail for camera in early season, had multiple buck in front of the camera for 30min+ eating tall grass and goldenrod because of this product. Very useful tool, cant wait to see if it helps when bow season comes around...

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