Best Scent Free Soap For Hunting in 2023
Hunters Specialties Scent-A-Way MAX 32oz Liquid Body Soap & Shampoo, Green, 32 oz
Hunters Specialties Scent-A-Way Max Bar Soap, 3.5-Ounce
- HS 07757 saw antibacterial bar soap
- Features odorless scent
- High quality
- The Package Weight Of The Product Is 0.45 Pounds
- Department Name: Mens
- Material Type: Aluminum
Wildlife Research Scent Killer Gold Body Wash and Shampoo, (12-Ounce)
- Once you try it, you will understand the quality
- Powerful anti-odor formula
- Deep cleaning lather; Refreshing
- Special moisturizing aloe
- 12 fluid ounces in an easy grip shower bottle
Code Blue - D/Code Body Wash and Shampoo
- A University study found D/Code to be effective in eradicating existing order and preventing new order from growing, so your scent will remain camouflaged.
- The body wash and shampoo has been carefully crafted to deliver a thorough cleansing for head-to-toe scent suppression, while staying gentle for everyday use
- With the addition of aloe, your skin will feel soft and moisturized long after the sun rises on your hunting excursion.
- D/Code unscented body wash and shampoo is produced without chemicals, for a natural fit out in the woods.
Wildlife Research Scent Killer Gold Bar Soap
- The Ultra-Premium Odor Fighting Bar Soap
- Special Unscented Anti-Odor Formula
- Deep Cleaning
- Really Fights Human Odor
Duke Cannon Big 'Ol Brick of Hunting Soap - Scent Eliminator, 10 oz. (Pack of 2)
- You will Receive (2) Duke Cannon Big 'Ol Brick of Hunting Soap - Scent Eliminator, 10oz
- Unique formula that captures odors, smothers them, and prevents their release
- Unscented, Odor Neutralizing & Eliminating, Fragrance-Free, No Stink Soap.
- At 10 ounces each bar is 2 x's the size of other Hunting Soaps. Won't dry out your skin.
- A portion of the proceeds benefits U.S. Veterans. Made in the USA
Scent Killer 541 Wildlife Research Scent Killer Bar Soap, 4.5 oz.
- Unscented formula
- Kills odors
- Great for before and after the hunt
- Improved effectiveness verses our pervious formula
- Unscented bar soap
- Anti-odor formula fights human odor
Wildlife Research 1289 Scent Killer Gold Autumn Formula Laundry Detergent 32 FL OZ
- Ultra-premium Formula Laundry Detergent
- Deep Cleaning Odor Fighting Power
- Proprietary multi-surfactant blend
- Adds the subtle scent of the forest floor
- Included Components: Hunting, Airsoft And Paintball;Hunting Scents & Lures;Hunting-Scent-Eliminators
Dead Down Wind Laundry Detergent | 40oz Bottle | Unscented | Gentle Odor Eliminator + Stain Remover for Hunting Accessories, Gear and Clothes, Safe for Sensitive Skin
Scent Killer 546-33 Wildlife Research Super Charged Clothing Wash
- Special unscented formula
- No UV brighteners
- H-E formula for use in standard machine
Every Day Treasure Hunting
The hobby of metal detecting continues to grow aided by the increasing prices of gold and silver. Jim Mack, a dedicated enthusiast of the sport has a developed a unique approach to treasure hunting.
Jim is what you could call a "blue collar" treasure hunter. The tools of his trade include a metal detector, a probe for exploring the ground and a pouch for his goodies.
Most detectorists have a specialty or hopeful objective such as old coins, jewelry, gold nuggets or in Jim's case modern American coins. In Jim's own words he is searching for "MONEY" and he is very good at it. A retired math teacher, Jim has meticulously kept records of his finds. He is at over 207,000 coins, since getting hooked on the hobby in 1982. The total increases almost every day.
Somewhat of a living legend among fellow treasure hunters in southern Oregon, Jim is vice president of the Rogue Valley Coinshooters out of Grants Pass. This club is a member of the National Federation of Metal Detector and Archaeological Clubs (FMDAC). Most of the over 175 clubs that belong to the federation are family centered groups whose members get together to share the excitement of their finds, plan club outings and socialize. To find a local metal detecting club check out the federation's website at www.fmdac.org.
Jim has utilized a number of detectors over the years from different manufacturers such as Fisher, Garrett and Tesoro. His favorite detectors are made by White's Electronics of Sweet Home, Oregon. So much so that he owns eight detectors ... all White's detectors!
White's Electronics is a family owned business with over 200 employees, has shown steady growth for almost 60 years. With over 50% of the market share for detectors, White's is proud that each detector is made in America. According to Steve Howard, a White's home office marketing representative, "the demand for medal detectors goes up when the economy is slumping. The high price of gold, silver and copper hasn't hurt either."
Jim spends a lot of his hunting time at school yards and parks where lost coins are plentiful. He has found some interesting items such as WW2 Nazi medals, silver dollars and loads of lost jewelry. Aluminum, the bane of most hunters, is just another treasure to Jim. One year he made over $300 by cashing in aluminum cans that he picked up during his adventures. How about those lead wheel weights? These have been carefully molded into hundreds of pounds of fishing sinkers. He has over 250 lbs of sinkers in his garage today. Jim is what's called a "wide scan" treasure hunter. According to Jim, "if it has value it's worth picking up".
At 73 years of age, Jim is thankful for the hobby and finds it rewarding in many ways. In addition to the coins, jewelry and non-ferrous metals he gets plenty of fresh air and exercise. He highly recommends the pastime to young and old alike.