I got the tip from an avid trout fisherman and Veterinarian. He said "one around each wrist and each ankle".
It's simple, effective, put them on and take them off, no clothing treatments, great stuff.
Test it to make sure about allergic reactions, obviously.
Oh, if you have an erection for longer than four hours, see your doctor.
Here is a can of sawyer this is also odorless!
Thanks Bob C, great thread great learning, but now I got the paranoia. I was out side fixing an old lawn tractor. Just put the finishing touches on it and looked down and I have a tick on my knee. Whats up with that? Never really worried about ticks before. Be still a good thread.
Well we hosed down and taped up to retrieve the camera's we had set up and only had pictures of one doe. Wondering if the deer avoid really infested areas as well. Moved to a more friendly area for awhile. Thanks for the tips as we did not appear to have any ticks stuck in us when we checked back at the truck. Two 60+ year old white guys down to their scivies looking each other over, what a sight!
OH!!! TMI, TMI, TMI!!!!!!!
We have to live with that visual imprint!!! :eek:
Tick and Flea dog collars. Put them around your ankles and wrists.
I use the flea collars, wrists and ankles, but yes, it is difficult to resist licking my private parts. At least I have never had the urge to sniff the south end of a north bound hunting buddy. :eek::cool: