I am not a big proponent of cover scents. Like most of the other guys here, I hunt into the wind. It is your best bet you will have your best results this way. I never really had the urge to smell like fox urine, call me crazy. I do however usually keep a small spray bottle of Wildlife Research Scent Killer in my bag. Here in West Texas the winds tend to shift direction quite suddenly. I have been at a setup for an hour and had the wind blow from all 4 directions. When that happens I will sometimes spray down with the Scent Killer. It does not smell like urine or estrous or whatever. It kind of smells like damp deteriorating foliage like gathers up at the base of a big oak tree and the like. Don't know if it helps, I certainly don't think it hurts. I very seldom use it but it's there in the bag if I want to.autumnrider said:A close friend of mine traps and he said that he uses fox urine for reason that the yote will come and try to chase the smaller dawg off.
What do you use?