ThermaCell Mosquito Repellent Unit
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Posted by BIG Texan on 9/22 at 12:43 pm to Bama and Beer
Yes unless windy like on the coast but there has to vicious skeeters to bite during a strong wind. Saw it more than once though.



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Posted by CajunSqueal16 on 9/22 at 2:26 pm to BIG Texan
In the early season, my thermacell is more important than my bow. Fo sho


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Posted by Cracker on 9/22 at 3:24 pm to ehidal1
The knockoff brands suck


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Posted by 178cajun on 9/22 at 3:34 pm to Cracker
I love mine. I also keep some Bounce drier sheets in my pack too. They work like a champ and dont cost very much.


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Posted by Pepperidge on 9/22 at 3:36 pm to Cracker
there are knockoff brands?

We've been using Thermacell for years...



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Posted by xenon16 on 9/22 at 4:19 pm to Pepperidge
Do it

I've had tharmacells for years



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Posted by greasemonkey on 9/22 at 4:26 pm to Bama and Beer
quote:

Best invention ever. Like better than women, well almost better than women



Glad your enjoyin my thermacell





























luckily I found my other 4 of them I had stuck in a feeder.
Thought I had lost them and 3 cameras.


OP best invention for hunting since the gun



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Posted by GeauxTime9 on 9/22 at 4:43 pm to Cracker
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The knockoff brands suck


Never knew there were knock off brands? I thought a thermacell was a thermacell....



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Posted by TexTiga on 9/22 at 7:48 pm to ehidal1
Yes! Buy one for any area you frequent with skeeters. They work!


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Posted by 007mag on 9/22 at 8:38 pm to ehidal1
I bought a backup in case I lose my backup. Definitely as good as advertised except I've never used mine for 12 hours. Also keep in mind that heat rises, once put mine on a patio table only to have the skeeters start biting my legs until I moved it to the floor.


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Posted by LSUengr on 9/23 at 2:06 pm to 007mag
How does it do with gnats? Hunting/Fishing in Venice and the mosquitos aren't normally the main issue. Gnats are the problem. Have tried the vanilla mixture with limited success. Looking for something else.


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Posted by laangler21 on 9/23 at 2:13 pm to LSUengr
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gnats

Chap stick around your ears will keep them away from your head.



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Posted by Nodust on 9/23 at 2:35 pm to laangler21
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Chap stick around your ears will keep them away from your head.

Does it have to be Chap Stick brand. Or just any kind.

The gnats tore up us Saturday



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Posted by m2pro on 9/23 at 2:36 pm to ehidal1
Bought one of these and still got bit.



Maybe I had bad luck!



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Posted by KingRanch on 9/23 at 2:38 pm to m2pro
We have one of those for the back porch. It works great.


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Posted by laangler21 on 9/23 at 2:55 pm to Nodust
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Nodust


Any brand has worked for me, I pretty much always keep berts around, so I tend to use that more than anything else.



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Posted by Thunder Tiger on 9/23 at 3:04 pm to ehidal1
One of the few outdoor products that has greatly exceeded my expectations.


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