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I have two x 900ml (approx) bottles of homemade Fox lure. This is boiled horse hoof clippings that has been fermented and stored for over a year. Very strong smell and works great in attracting Foxes. It's used in Canada to attract Bobcats. You can either spray it where you want the Fox to come in, or, as I find very good, pour some on old cloth and place in a sealed plastic container. Just place it where you want and take the lid off. I have had great success using this over the years.

Price is £11:00 posted.

Both now SOLD. Once I get some more bottles, I'll advertise it again.

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1 hour ago, steve_b_wales said:

I have two x 900ml (approx) bottles of homemade Fox lure. This is boiled horse hoof clippings that has been fermented and stored for over a year. Very strong smell and works great in attracting Foxes. It's used in Canada to attract Bobcats. You can either spray it where you want the Fox to come in, or, as I find very good, pour some on old cloth and place in a sealed plastic container. Just place it where you want and take the lid off. I have had great success using this over the years.

Price is £11:00 posted.

Both now 'sold'. More will be available as soon as I get the bottles. 

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This is a fantastic fox attractor , but whatever you do , don't get any of it on your hands , because it will take days to get rid of the smell. Please don't ask me how I know😳.

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39 minutes ago, DR JAMES said:

Hi Steve 

Please could U stick me down for a bottle M8 👍🏻

Certainly.

48 minutes ago, Free range Rob said:

Can you put me down for a bottle please as mine isn’t ready for a while.

Certainly.

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All remaining bottles accounted for now, so I cannot post out any more. I will re-advertise if and when I can get the bottles.

                       Thanks.

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11 hours ago, Dougy said:

An atomising spray is useful, If you want it to linger a tad longer spray on an old rag and hang in a tree or similar.  

I use the spray method, and also put rags soaked in the lure, in an airtight container. I then take the lid off where I want the fox to come in.

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