Bellaire, Ohio- June 24th, 2020 – BuckStik recently introduced a new tool to their lineup of deer communication tools – the RipStik. Built to attract dominant bucks and greatly increase the effectiveness of mock scrapes, the RipStik is an artificial licking branch that appeals to deer all year, but especially bucks during antler development and all the way into the late season.
Scraping, like rubbing, allows a buck to make his presence known by dispensing gland scent throughout his area. Typical scraping behavior involves leaving scent from a buck’s preorbital and forehead glands. The RipStik is a beacon that provides everything bucks (and does) are looking for to communicate with the herd.
Presented horizontally, the RipStik is just over seven feet in length. It contains all three of BuckStik’s gland scents, the preorbital, forehead and interdigital. These glands have an unlimited shelf life, low evaporation rate and only get better with age. The RipStik installs in just minutes to a tree, fence post, or BuckStik’s Pole Mount.
By presenting the main glands used for communication through rubs and scrapes, and establishing herd dominance, it is in a buck’s very nature to feel driven to interact with the BuckStik line of products. Learn more at www.buckstick.com
The RipStik has an MSRP of: $79.99.
For 34 years, bow hunting has been a passion for Owner Chris Strussion and for the past decade BuckStik has been perfecting the technique of using artificial or man-made licking branches to communicate with mature, dominant bucks. Through trial, error, and observation BuckStik has evolved with multiple product offerings that will help you, see, pattern, and harvest more and bigger deer. To learn more, or see the entire line of BuckStik products, visit www.buckstick.com