SNARE ONE HUNTING LURES, SCENTS & URINE
I provide professional snare and trapline instruction whether it's on your line or mine. Special group rates for clubs, groups, state
Contact Us for
Buck in Rut Urine With Glands
Buck Forehead Gland Lure
Buck in Rut Urine
Earth Cover Scent
About Newt Sterling
Cedar Cover Scent
This is a natural Eastern White Cedar (Jersey Cedar) scent. Do not confuse this with cypress, red or western cedar which are sold by others.
Fortified Fox Urine
A special blend of fox urine and other curiosity scents. Deer cannot pass up this scent! Use like you would the Red Fox Urine.
Red Fox Urine
This is the best natural curiosity attractor for the Eastern White Tail. Use as a trailing scent and for shot positioning. I do not recommend it for a cover scent as do other lure makers, since the deer will look for the source of the scent (which will be you if you are wearing it!)
Subordinate Buck Urine
Use at rubs, scrapes and scent stations all summer to keep them attractive. In fall, use with Buck in Rut Urine With Gland for added drawing power and a change-up.
A gland lure that's a great curiosity attractor. Excellent for deer. Conjured up hundreds of years ago by mountain men trappers who ventured into the wilderness areas east and west of the Mississippi River in search of fur and hides. Use this for shot positioning.
A gland lure that's a great curiosity attractor. Made with an imported extract that makes it irresistable to deer and furbearers alike. Mountain men of old placed high value on this extract. Use for shot positioning.
Yellow Pine Cover Scent
"In the Pines, in the Pines where the sun never shines......" Get the picture?
Copyright© 2011-2017 by Snare One - All Rights Reserved
Newt Sterling has excellent snaring credentials. He routinely snares red and gray fox, raccoon, beaver, otter, muskrat and mink in the salt marshes around his home in Port Republic, New Jersey, and has snared coyote in Ohio. While on a bear hunting trip in Ontario he set a half-dozen snares and caught a huge timber wolf the second day. He has done plenty of demos, including the NTA Conventions, and has been an instructor at the Fur Taker's College in LaGrange, Indiana. Newt has also worked as a Predator Control Contractor with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, catching fox, coon and feral cats to protect the nests of Piping Plovers, of which there are about 600 nesting pairs in the world.