5 Stars By Nick on 2014-08-20
The Drop N Block Brings The Deer In
The Drop N Block from Wildgame Innovations is the best attractant that I've used so far! There was definitely an increase in the amount of deer and the time they spent around this block. I have used this block in both western Pennsylvania and in western Maryland with great success. Whitetails and even Black Bears love it. It does last longer that the other Wildgame Innovations powder and small salt blocks in my experiences. My only disclaimer is that I enjoyed this so much that I wanted to try the Acorn Rage Salt Block and it didn't even compare to this block.
5 Stars By BeBlessed on 2015-02-07
Deer love this Acorn Rage block
Deer love this Acorn Rage block. We like having a tasty treat for them to come snack on each day.
4 Stars By Coyoteslayer on 2016-01-24
I would recommend this item.
Great item was gone in 4 days something liked it unfortunately I never saw what ate it lol. I used a shoe string to hang it from a tree limb 5 feet off the ground.
5 Stars By Tim Shoopman on 2014-08-03
best dear best hanging deer lickround
if you're an avid deer hunter like ME you can put this up and it will last couple of weeks deer go crazy for this........ hang it about 3 ft off the ground
5 Stars By Liz n Tim on 2014-02-12
Easy to hang. It was fun to watch the deer enjoy this!
I think it's a good product! Good price too!
3 Stars By WHDR on 2015-03-15
I hung it by a corn pile. Deer seemed to favor just a basic corn pile. Did have one deer out a herd lick it, but was not a deer magnet.
5 Stars By Jacylann Nix on 2014-02-28
Great product. My husband hung it from the tree and the deer were immediately attracted to it! Highly recommend product
5 Stars By EDWIN R LUGO on 2015-01-28
Killed 4 deer with it
5 Stars By JarheadHunter on 2015-02-19
5 Stars By Husband and father on 2014-08-29
This is designed to be hung from a tree, but I just dropped mine on top of a large rock in the backyard. I have seen deer lick and chew on it pretty regularly in the evening times. Last night a really young and pretty faun came right up to my wife and me while we were having drinks in the backyard. The block attracts deer to the point where I don't think it would be very sporty or ethical to use it for hunting. Just my 2 cents.