I tried one of the forms of C'Mere Deer last year with no results at all. I have been using the Origional Deer Cane for a long time with excellent results, and last week I used a gallon of The Black Magic that I will check this weekend to see if it produces the same results.
I used a sack of C'Mere Deer when it first came out, don't waste your money on it.
I put out a sack of Black Magic about 4 weeks before season was over this year and the deer dug a hole in the ground trying to get to it........of course they done that AFTER season was over.....go figure.
Woodrow F. Call hates rude behavior in a man, he won't tolerate it.
Before MS revised the baiting laws a couple of years ago, for the heck of it I tried the liquid form of C'mere Deer. Saying the results were poor would imply there was some sort of result. There was non at all.
Last year we sprayed some selective herbicide to kill nut grass growing in the yard between the lake and the porch of our new camp. The deer went nuts eating the grass we sprayed right up to the edge of the porch. They were hammering the grass so hard we decided to put a trail cam on one of the porch's post and got this pic and others but I liked this one the best. I guess I should have used it instead of the C'mere Deer liquid.
I've always been a HUGE Hank Parker fan. He was my favorite fisherman on the BASS circuit. I always enjoyed his fishing show. I was excited to see him start a hunting show but after a few times watching it I decided it was just a big advertisement of C-Mere deer. It's like watching an infomercial. Never tried to stuff and don't plan on trying (might if it was given to me for free though)
Stuff is pricey. Seen it at gander mountain and at wal mart, +$22 for a little bag. No thanks even if it were legal here, still don't understand why stores sell this stuff here along with the "deer corn" when it is illegal to bait here.
Have used corn at cams in the past outside of our seasons though, minerals here seem to be the most consistent draw and they are legal.