Booner Bait Supplemental Deer Feed Attractant

Booner BaitWe are very excited to announce we have developed a new product called Booner Bait supplemental deer feed attractant, which we have been field testing for the past seven years in Kansas and Kentucky. I came up with the idea while I was living in Kansas and after years of testing we came up with the final recipe which absolutely drives the deer crazy and helps the overall health of the deer herd and helps the bucks grow their antlers to their full potential. You can compare BoonerBait™  ingredients to our competitors and easily see BoonerBait is not just a bunch of salt, it has critical trace minerals and other beneficial ingredients to help antler growth tremendously.

Supplemental Deer Feed Attractant

It all started when I took a job transfer from Georgia to Kansas and I rented a farm house on a 120 acre farm in northeast Kansas. Being from north Georgia I had never been able to bait deer before and actually had mixed feelings about it. I decided to give it a try and the first time I checked my camera after putting out a mixture I came up with I had so many deer and about 12 or 13 bucks coming in. I could not believe it.

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This is before and after pictures of a Kansas buck fed BoonerBait™.

I had been racking my brain for years trying to come up with a great deer hunting product, but I just couldn’t figure it out. Then when I started putting out the deer mineral mixture that I had came up with and added an extra ingredient that my friend had told me about I knew this was a product that worked and was no gimmick. In fact the biggest buck I have ever taken I truly believe I would not have taken him without BoonerBait™. He was an 18 pointer that I had been feeding BoonerBait™ for several years and watched him grow. I fed it to him all spring and summer of 2014 and the first time I hunted him I killed him standing in a big pile of Booner Bait supplemental deer feed attractant.

Fast forward to 2016. I had been wanting to start my own company selling this great product but I just didn’t pull the trigger on the idea because I had never ran a business before. Then a job transfer brought me and my family to Kentucky and I started hunting behind my house here I realized how good Kentucky deer hunting was. Then I had to have surgery on my finger and was out of work for a while and something kept telling me to take a chance and follow my dreams of starting my own company that was directly related to deer hunting. So I took what little money I had and invested it in this wonderful product that I knew worked and hunters would buy again if they ever tried it.

Booner Bait supplemental deer feed attractant
Kentucky buck killed using Booner Bait.

In the summer of 2016 I started giving Booner Bait supplemental deer feed attractant to friends at work and the first week of bow season here in Kentucky and young man named Tanner took 185″ (green score) Kentucky buck while using BoonerBait™. He said the buck came straight in to it and it helped him get the biggest buck of his life. Several others started telling me and showing me pictures of huge bucks that were coming in to the BoonerBait™. It was really satisfying and exciting to know others were being successful using a product that I actually developed.

The bucks will be shedding their antlers very soon if not already and that is the time to get those minerals out to get those bucks the minerals they need to grow to their full potential. Also with the does being pregnant BoonerBait™ will give them essential nutrients to help fawn bearing and also help the overall health of the herd. Once you check your trail camera after putting out Booner Bait you’ll know why our logo says “Sweet As November”. If you would like to give it a try you can learn more about Booner Bait supplemental deer feed attractant at Thanks very much for checking it out and happy hunting everyone.

4 thoughts on “Booner Bait Supplemental Deer Feed Attractant”

  1. Great to see experienced hunters developing their own products and formulas. How much it costs? I might try it out at one point.

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