thumbs down From: Dennis


thumbs up From: DByrd


thumbs down From: p'cola


thumbs down From: stephenf
would they really lick or eat at it .


thumbs down From: buckthumper


thumbs down From: Bowinhand
Mineral block is a lot cheaper.


thumbs down From: Jerry


thumbs down From: MobileHuntin'Unit
ok, I can't vote anymore...I'll be too busy digging up the backyard looking for my own ancient mineral deposit!


thumbs down From: wbb
sounds almost like buying a pet rock.


thumbs down From: Bullnuts
Hey...that looks exactly like my lost pet rock..but a little bigger!


thumbs down From: The Buck Stopper
How would the deer ever know to go to this rock versus the millions of other identical looking rocks?


thumbs down From: carbonarcher
Pack this or my proven corn block into my treestand?????


thumbs up From: osiris


thumbs down From: BOUNTYHUNTER


thumbs down From: BigJohn
I'm not hauling that thing around anywhere!


thumbs down From: Glunt
Great marketing idea - sort of like pet rocks in the '70s


thumbs down From: Dude


thumbs down From: huntermark
I prefer a fifty pound mineral block for eight dollars


thumbs down From: Gene Randle


thumbs up From: longdraw
It's worth a try


thumbs down From: Mossy Oak
i bet you could find some guys hunting over this rock


thumbs up From: elfking
hey anyone that can make money off what almost every feed store has for half the price deserves to get rich off it :)


thumbs down From: Bullseye
Not for $18. I can get a mineral block for $6. I like the rock shape idea to keep it inconspicuous, but not willing to drop double the amount for concealing my mineral block.


thumbs down From: Rob B


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thumbs up From: BowAce


thumbs down From: Scotto
You got to be kidding!!!!


thumbs down From: Mountain Cur
Seems like the trend nowadays is anything that will seperate a deer hunter from a dollar.


thumbs down From: mouse


thumbs down From: NvaGvUp
Sounds like "Pet Rock" to me


thumbs down From: Free Range


thumbs down From: Milhouse


thumbs down From: Beeman
Are we selling the pet rocks again?


thumbs down From: MQ32MAN


thumbs down From: graybow
Mineral blocks are cheaper. If you want to hide the mineral, get granular and spread it on the ground.


thumbs down From: Myth


thumbs down From: Tim


thumbs down From: 4u2ppin
You can't be serious!!!


thumbs down From: RUPE
This gave me agreat idea. I'm going to market PET ROCKS!


thumbs down From: Rustywreck


thumbs down From: Whiteleather
Wow! 50 trace minerals. Just like my beard. Get a lump of salt and save your soul.


thumbs down From: solocamslam
Have to taste it first.


thumbs up From: [email protected]


thumbs up From: Dispatcher
Ok for back yard use only


thumbs down From: macbow


thumbs up From: Biggen
Good way to mark distance.


thumbs down From: LoweBow
My wife would just add it to the other pile of rocks she's collected over the years. She always wanted one for Col.


thumbs up From: Woodsy


thumbs up From: Jeff in MN
but way too expensive


thumbs down From: Dancesinspeedo


thumbs down From: MF


thumbs down From: purist
your packin the rock in this time bob, we gotta have it!


thumbs down From: J. Wesbrock
The Pet Rock meets deer hunting?


thumbs down From: Archy
Stupid and illegal for indiana. Hunters are supposed to find the deer, not attract the deer with a licking rock.


thumbs down From: Tombow


thumbs down From: shootr
It's a rock!


thumbs up From: sagittarius
In the wake of CWD, TB, and Mad Cow deseases ..... why?


thumbs down From: Ted Young


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thumbs down From: TODD
Maybe it would work better if you smeared some still steaming buck seeman on that!


thumbs down From: sdantlers


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thumbs down From: Grounblind
To think that someone would buy into this "ancient mineral deposit in the Rocky Mountains BS" Are people that naive? Not just the guy who might buy it, but the treasure seeker trying to sell it!


thumbs down From: Errorhead
What Bullseye said!


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thumbs down From: Two Feathers


thumbs up From: Matt Smith
I've known about this for about three years thanks to TnDeer.com and can personally vouch for its effectiveness. Deer will walk right by other mineral blocks to get to a Trophy Rock! And I know several people who will say the same thing!


thumbs down From: Razorhead®
ordnarily I'd go thumbs up, but with all the hype about Tb and CWD, I'd rather not provide another method of mucus or saliva transfer.


thumbs down From: Fletch


thumbs down From: outdoorguy
I swear officer,their indiginous rocks.I dunno how 10 of them popped up 15 yards from my treestand last week.


thumbs up From: texasbowhunter
Mineral rocks work pretty good. This one is kinda expensive but should work just fine. All that CWD crap is stupid, your not going to kill all the deer in the state just because you sit out a mineral lick.


thumbs down From: mitchmcse


thumbs down From: DCW
What?


thumbs down From: Wary Buck
Gimmick to take your money. Baiting is illegal in NE anyway.


thumbs down From: steve


thumbs down From: Zack
how can a deer get minerals out of the rock? it would have to be digestable


thumbs down From: dustyvarmint


thumbs down From: Walking Crow


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thumbs down From: Ron Rockwell


thumbs down From: bowhunter35
its a rock why would i pay 17.99 for a rock. I could go out and pick one up in my backyard and that won't cost me nothing. LOL


thumbs down From: Ones


thumbs down From: SABER


thumbs up From: BSODS
I put out blocks now and then in a couple of places. If this thing has a good mineral content, I can see some benefit in being able to put some out and hiding it from trespassers. Kinda pricey, though. BSODS


thumbs up From: bowhunter
I'd give it a try before going thumbs down.


thumbs down From: kopter doktor


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thumbs down From: Thunderbow
you make me laugh too hard! What a crock of s**t.


thumbs down From: wsumner


thumbs down From: FLHogWacker
Yeah...that'll stand out in the woods. NOT!


thumbs down From: Harry T.
Got lots of rocks in my yard but no critters lookin at em


thumbs down From: MattE


thumbs up From: Mr. Bowhunter in KY


thumbs down From: sambow
I think I'll stick with my pet rock.


thumbs down From: BFB
So if I use one of these in Wisconsin it will actually attract an Antelope?? Count me in!!!


thumbs up From: Bogensch├╝tze
Well, since I screwed up the last vote for the treestand, I'll even the score here. No, I give it a thumbs-down (though, it'll show thumbs-up).

I don't use any products to "attract" anything. If the target property doesn't have naturally existing attractants, I find other means of waylaying them.


thumbs up From: HeritageHunter
It looks like another way to hide a bait in a no baiting state.


thumbs down From: Medic
Hunter bait.


thumbs down From: Horn Donkey
CRACK ROCK!!


thumbs down From: Dryfire
Are you sure this isn't a left over pet rock from the 70's. HA HA HA


thumbs down From: White Ape


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thumbs up From: Wiggy
Nice idea, I'll wipe my Bow Boogers on it when they wear out!


thumbs down From: Doug Fir
save your money


thumbs up From: PuffDaddy
Great ,, Camo Bait


thumbs down From: Greg in Augusta
Stealth salt lick for states where hunting over a salt lick is illegal. Look like a fuzzbuster for deer poachers, no officer, really it's just a rock. Yeh.


thumbs down From: Rush
scam scam scam in my opinion. I am in favor in improveing a whitetails potential in any way that I can with nutrients. I just think that this is a waste of money. If they had a block more reasonable in price, possibly a couple dollars within range of a typical mineral block I'd think 000 something that I can help the deer with and I'd be going home with it.


thumbs down From: Tracks
If you want a rock, I will sell you one for half that price.


thumbs down From: Loggy
I should have thought of this! I have a backyard fence made of stone,..er mineral blocks.


thumbs down From: guslp260
Heaven forbid the saavy hunter buy a 2 dollar bag of salt and get 50 times better results.


thumbs down From: Abbynormal
not for 17 bucks!!!

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