Simulates dominate bucks tarsal gland
Spray on bushes, ground, and weeds
also using drags or scent wicks
The tarsal gland consists of a tuft of elongated hairs on the inside of the deer's hind leg. Each of these hairs is associated with an enlarged secretory structure called a sebaceous gland. These sebaceous glands secrete a fatty material, called a lipid, that completely coats the hairs.