Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Nose Jammer Products In The Field

Winona, MN-Nose Jammer® is designed to overwhelm the sense of smell of big game animals and predators such as elk, whitetail, pronghorn, hogs, and coyotes. Try Nose Jammer® products in the field this coming season, such as their Field Spray or their Gear-N-Rear Wipes to jam any critter you’re after.

Nose Jammer® Field Spray and Gear-N-Rear Wipes will create a cloud around you, jamming big game's ability to detect and track human odor. These products can be used on hunting clothes, boots, tree stands, blinds, brush, or even use the Gear-N-Rear Wipes on your body. When the wind swirls, the olfactory of your target gets jammed, and they remain unalarmed. Nose Jammer Field Spray is most effective when used in conjunction with the rest of the Nose Jammer line of products.

After shooting a Minnesota "Mega-Buck," Jeff Iverson says, "One of the keys to my success the last two years has been using Nose Jammer. The name says it all. I have gone away from clothing that cuts down on human scent to ‘jamming their sense of smell' with this product."

The formula contains Vanillin and other natural aromatic compounds including lignin, a major support structure for trees, grasses, and shrubs. Those compounds are delivered at concentrated levels, overloading the olfactory gland found in an animal’s nose, helping hunters to remain concealed.

Nose Jammer® Field Sprays are available in 4oz and 8oz sizes for $9.99 or $14.99, and the Gear-N-Rear Wipes are available for $8.99. All Nose Jammer® products can be purchased online or in-store at various retailers including Cabela's, Gander Mountain, Bass Pro Shop, Sportsman's Guide, Walmart, Scheels, and Mill's Fleet Farm.

For more information, visit Nose Jammer®.

About Nose Jammer

Nose Jammer® was created with the idea in mind to jam the olfactory gland of big game and predators so hunters could hunt without being detected. Compounds within the Nose Jammer® formula are natural and are delivered at concentrated levels, so animals aren’t alarmed by any unfamiliar scent.