King's Outdoor World web site states that its products are available at some Cabela's stores. I plan to hunt next month in northern Arizona and will drop by Cabela's in Phoenix for a look-see on the way down. I also want to get some ideas on a good scent-blocking technique that would not drive my wife nuts after hunts. Bill Porter, a coyote blogger who has his own website, swears by skunk scent, although its downside is that it can cause problems if any of the stuff happens to get on his clothes or hands (http://www.wcp-nm.com/coyotes/scents.htm
). There are a variety of anti-scent methods out there, but I would like one that is inexpensive (i.e., not having to buy scent-lok type clothing) and can be more easily controlled.
Maybe this should be the subject of a separate thread, but....any ideas?