**New for 2015. Pollick's Buck Preorbital Gland Scent in a long-lasting oil base. Great for rainy weather. Sold in a 1 oz. or 2.5 oz. dropper cap bottles!
1 oz. Oil Base - $11.95(dropper cap)2.5 oz. Oil Base - $21.95(dropper cap)
Liquid2.5 oz. - $16.95(spray pump)
Liquid8 oz. - $39.00(screw cap)
Liquid16 oz. - $59.00(screw cap)
Liquid1 Gallon - $248.00If ordering more than 1 gallon,
you must call Paul for adjusted shipping charges.
100% Money Back Guarantee!If Pollick's Buck Preorbital doesn't increase the deer traffic to your trail cam, simply send the product back to us and receive 100% money back on the item's purchase price (Excluding shipping & handling). Full Description:
Extracted forehead, tear duct, ear gland and wax, mouth and lip saliva. Early in pre-rut as buck are traveling together they state their dominance by rubbing, chewing, licking and then smelling their epidermal glandular scents and saliva pheromones. Buck are instinctively programmed to open communal licking branches in their core travel areas. This scent establishes their natural "pecking order" in the progression to the coming rutting season. It is the number one scent of interest to buck when seeking out does for the upcoming breeding season. Buck Prorbital head gland scents placed on a few broken branches above mock or natural buck scrapes with a little of your favorite deer urine placed beneath it, will make the scrape appear authentic. Buck Preorbital can also be placed on a sign post mock tree rub nearby with a connecting trail of Buck Interdigital or Buck Musk and Urine.
Contrary to the claims of my competitor, his Preorbital gland lure is NOT “the only one that works”. Pollick’s Preorbital gland scent has been on the market since 1995 with great success throughout the US & Canada at a fraction of the cost of our competitors (roughly 60% savings). If you use multiple trail cameras throughout the season, you can’t afford NOT to give us a try! Pollick’s is also the only supplier of Preorbital scent in larger sizes (8 & 16 oz.) for even greater savings!To learn more about using Buck Preorbital with Trail Cameras, click here! Testimonials:
Check out Dan Furmanic's Review on our brand-new Buck Preorbital Oil Base Scent!
These trail camera pictures run in sequence from early season till December harvest. Dan Sum used Pollick's Preorbital on the licking branch and Mystic Intrigue on the scrape in early season. For the rut, Dan used a mixture of Pollick's Buck & Doe sexual scents in the scrape.
Once again the Pollick's scent mixture I mix together year after year has helped me harvest my quarry. As you can see there are drippers in each picture (for the most part). I used the same mixture year after year. Same ratio of scents. The only thing I did differently in the early season is use your Mystic Intrigue instead of the sexual scents. I want to thank you again.
Dripper is full of your Mystic Intrigue and your Buck Preorbital Scent sprayed on the branches! This was a mock scrape that I made but this buck has been keeping it clean!
-Nick Castelli (of Team Burgh)
I did 2 tests last year in 2 different hunting locations. I made 2 mock scrapes in each hunting location about 50 yards apart. One had nothing in it or on it, just scuffed up the ground under an overhanging licking branch. The other, the same but used your Preorbital Gland spray on the licking branch. The difference in the amount of activity between them was amazing. The “treated” scrapes were far more active, and even had more daytime activity. The stuff really works very very well.
I have been a believer in your Buck Preorbital Gland Scent since the very first week I put it out in front of my cameras. I make mock scrapes starting in late spring and don't stop until after the bucks shed their antlers. I have been using your scents for several years now and I have tons of pics and videos of bucks, does, and bears.
I had a bachelor group of bucks that stopped coming by my trail cam for a couple
months. I used your Buck Preorbital spray in the ground in front of the cam and on a
few branches above and within 24 hours of using it the bachelor group was caught on
camera again and they continue to come back and pose for the camera. This stuff
Marcus Harrison - July 2014
Hey my names mike. I live in southern Illinois and just tried your Preorbital Gland Scent. I am completely amazed by this! I set my trail cam and sprayed a small tree and had pics of deer within 20 min. Several bucks, big ones I've never seen before. Thanks for such a great product. I will be purchasing more and may try some of your other products.
Richard Sills's photos of Buck reacting to Pollick's Preorbital Gland Scent.
The pre-orbital scent I ordered from you arrived 8-6-13 ( very fast service).
I have been very successful in past years in using an upright scent post
instead of a mock scrape in attracting bucks. I find bucks like sumac. After velvet
is shed bucks will rub the same posts. I sprayed your pre-orbital scent on the post and let the trail camera show me
how the bucks respond.
It wasn’t long and the large antlered bucks began showing up. Not only once
but repeat visits to Pollick’s pre-orbital scent post.
Attached are some images of bucks responding to your scent on 8-9-13 and 8-10-13.
IT WORKS !
Award-winning Wildlife Photographer
Sam Wirth's Trophy using Pollick's Buck Preorbital Gland Scent.
I bought Pollick's Preorbital scent last year to try it after reading for hours about how and why it works. I have used more products than I can count, to not only harvest, but to get pictures of bucks in my area. Pollick's Preorbital scent helped me not only get more pictures but helped me locate and harvest this 178 3/8 witch is my largest buck to date with a bow. I'm extremely happy with not only your product but your costumer services. I will be buying more from you. Can't thank you enough! Sam Wirth
Buck reacting to Dan Sum's licking branch using Pollick's Buck Preorbital Gland Scent.
These trail camera pictures were taken by Mick Dombroski using Paul Pollick's Buck Preorbital on the licking branch and Buck Interdigital in the scrape.
Paul, here are some pictures from 2010. These are a few of many pictures where I made licking branch and scrapes using Pollick's Buck Preorbital & Buck Interdigital.
Russell Oliver's 14 point taken with Pollick's Buck Preorbital & Buck Interdigital!