Lure Doctor Elk Estrous is a high-quality, all-natural hunting lure that simulates the natural scent of an elk cow in rut. With our Elk Estrous, you don’t have to go looking for elk; the elk will come looking for you!
When elk cows are in rut (also known as the elk estrus cycle), their bodies produce special pheromones to attract elk bulls. Elk cows are typically in heat for three months, spanning August from through to the end of October; however, it is the light entering an elk’s eyes that actually triggers the estrus cycle. This means that, depending on the part of the country you’re hunting in and how much sunlight the region has received, it’s not always easy to reliably predict when the local elk population is in heat.
That’s where our Elk scents lures come in.
The team at Lure Doctor has worked closely with industry experts and elk hunters all over North America to create a unique Elk Estrous formula. Utilizing all-natural ingredients, it all but ensures success every time you go out hunting.
Click here to learn more about Lure Doctor. Or, if you’re hunting deer, try our specially formulated, all-natural Deer Estrous. Discover for yourself why Lure Doctor products are the premier choice of both casual hunters and expert professionals!
Directions: Shake well. Spray Lure Doctor Elk Estrous either on the ground or in the wind to cover the desired area. The product is most effective when sprayed in the direction of the wind.
CAUTION: Do not spray on self or ingest. Harmful If Inhaled: Do not breathe vapors. Seek fresh air if exposed. Skin Irritancy: Scrub and rinse skin thoroughly. Remove and wash any contaminated clothing. Contact a physician immediately. Eye Irritancy: Rinse eyes cautiously and continuously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses if present and continue rinsing. Contact a physician immediately. Harmful if Swallowed: Rinse mouth and contact a physician immediately. DO NOT induce vomiting. Do not expose to heat or store at temperatures above 120° F. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool place and keep out of direct sunlight. Avoid freezing.