Wildlife Research Center’s New Super Charged Scrape-Dripper with Golden Scrape

Faster Output to Simulate and Stimulate Higher Deer Traffic…

May, 2019…

Scrape hunting is probably the overall most effective way to harvest quality Whitetail bucks.  Due to the extreme interest in mock scrape hunting and the high consumer demand for the Magnum Scrape-Dripper®, Wildlife Research Center® has introduced the Super Charged® Scrape-Dripper Combo with Golden Scrape®.

This new patented dripper is designed to get buck even more fired up.  Perfect for the hunter that wants to simulate intense scrape activity in a shorter period of time and really whip-up the bucks in his area. The New Super Charged® Scrape-Dripper with 4 FL OZ of scent, can operate for up to 7-12 days.

Golden Scrape® ultra-premium scrape scent is a perfect blend of Golden Estrus® and intruding buck scents, with subtle tones of fresh scraped earth and Territorial Musk™. The smell that can shift your scrape into overdrive.

This Scrape-Dripper drips by day, not by night, conditioning bucks to visit scrapes during hunting hours.

The Super Charged® Scrape-Dripper will drip as the temperature rises (usually during the day) and stops dripping when the temperature is steady or declining (usually at night or during rainy weather). It has an air pocket that expands and contracts with temperature change, pushing the scent out, right when it matters.  It doesn’t matter if it’s hot or cold, it drips when the temperature rises.

MSRP on the Super Charged® Scrape-Dripper is $27.69.  It will be available at the better Sporting Goods stores this fall.

Wildlife Research Center® is known for its innovative products in Scents and Scent Elimination. They’ve been in business for 35 years: it’s their extreme passion and superior quality that has propelled them to be the leader in the category.  100% Money-Back Guaranteed – direct by Wildlife Research Center®.

For more information on the entire line of scent elimination products and hunting lures from Wildlife Research Center, inc. visit www.wildlife.com.