Read the accounts of these wildly successful hunters to see how Ozonics can fool the biggest bucks. Imagine what Ozonics can do for you this fall in the deer woods!
"I have always been a strong believer in the benefits of ozone technology and advocate of its application in treating my gear to render it scent free without having to constantly wash, bag and fret over every contaminant I encountered. Used in that fashion -- it is a truly liberating technology.
In 2011 I had the opportunity to apply this technology in field, via your HR 200, which I had my doubts over, considering how ozone molecules interact with various scent contaminants to destroy them.
Well, after a season of use in field, you can color me convinced. Our staff members at Petersen's Bowhunting and Bowhunter magazines, are also similarly amazed. We've used your units from Alabama to Washington -- and they are as close to a cloaking device as you will ever get.
All animals react differently to the same smells, but in-field ozone tips the odds CONSIDERABLY in our favor. Even if it were just 50% more effective at fooling game animals -- it would be more than well worth it. I'd pay dearly to have 50% of the opportunities back on trophy animals that have winded me over the years. And in our experience, it’s much more effective than that.
Moreover, when used in conjunction with my other scent defeating strategies, like scent sprays that control my scent signature left on the ground as I go to stand, it is an extremely powerful utility.
Attached is a picture of my IL buck from this year that grossed in the low 190's. Your Ozonics unit did not fool him. However, it did fool the seven does and fawns that were downwind of me before I killed him. If any one of those animals would have spooked -- I would never had the opportunity to shoot him.
Thanks wholeheartedly for introducing me to in field ozone protection.
Happy hunting -- Mike"
"This is the first REAL scent control product that is true to its word! After intentionally using it last year on numerous occasions with a marginal wind, and having multiple deer directly downwind from us, we were never scented and I became a firm believer in Ozonics. With an HR-200 above my camera woman and one above myself, this old bruiser came in downwind and never had a clue! Ozonics did its job once again! Thanks for a great product and being such a large part of harvesting the deer we have been chasing for 3 years!"
"After watching this buck we call "Split 2" for four seasons, we decided this was the year we would try for him...As he made his way across the alfalfa plot headed directly toward us, I truthfully thought it was NEVER going to happen. We had two mature does headed directly down wind of me and the cameraman. They both were on full alert, BUT for sure didn't smell us and more importantly didn't bust us with the Ozonics HR-200 running...Five minutes later we had this 7 year old, 188" whitetail on the ground. Thanks Ozonics!"
"I was in disbelief when I realized I had just arrowed my third whitetail over 200 inches. I had hunted this velvet giant for 5 years with several close calls, but was never close enough. I left no details out, and was not taking any chances. Not taking chances on big old bucks is why I never hunt without my Ozonics HR-200 running in the tree with me, or in my ground blind..."
"This is the same buck I missed an opportunity at when he winded me 3 years ago while hunting Saskatchewan before I discovered Ozonics. From that day on we all called him "Mary's Buck." Three years later I feel so fortunate to have been given a second opportunity at him. With swirling winds I have no doubt that the Ozonics HR-200 gave me the once in a lifetime chance to take this amazing old buck!"
"Dean had been watching this buck all summer entering the alfalfa plot from the east... My first night hunting him, my heart sank when Dean tapped my shoulder, I looked up, and saw him approaching from the west, just about to hit our wind. This big old mature Sask buck stopped, checked the wind, and right when I expected him to bust, he walked right through our scent path out to the alfalfa to chase away several smaller bucks that were out there, giving me the opportunity to take him at 22 yards!"
"I was fortunate enough to take this Great whitetail in Saskatchewan this fall. Taking big old mature bucks means leaving no detail ignored, especially the wind. This was the first time I used an Ozonics, and was thoroughly impressed and can't wait to try it again. Anything that can help me get the advantage has a place in my pack."
"I was definitely aided by Ozonics the last two years. I had waited a week for the weather to get cool before moving in, and wouldn't you know it, the wind was very questionable. Giving caution to the wind and crossing my fingers, this Big Wide Buck (AKA "BWB") was fooled along with 13 other deer before him–-–all with 0 detections. I use my Ozonics religiously."
I took another great deer on 10-11-12 using my HR-200! This is my fifth season using Ozonics and the product is the best thing that hit the hunting industry! This deer scores right at 170 and was taken at my SE Ohio farm. That day the wind was coming in all directions and I saw eight different bucks and many does (Never got Busted). I knew this deer very well as he has a double throat patch and his legs are white. His nickname was “WHITE LEGS.” The Ozonics units have allowed me to take 4 different bucks here in Ohio, scoring 169, 238, 158 and 170. I will not hunt without my Ozonics!
"I just thought that I would send you a picture of my 2012 Bow Kill while using Ozonics for the first time. The wind was swirling and after hearing the buck grunt I was able to call him in without the buck even knowing I was there. I had to use a crossbow this season due to blowing my bicep in the gym and having surgery. I had to burn all of my sick time and vacation time at the Sheriff's Office. I am back to light duty and only have my regular days off to hunt. I needed every edge that I could get to harvest a buck and Ozonics seems to be the answer."
"My name is Jim Goergen and I have been bow hunting for about 25 years. I own a small farm in Buffalo County Wis. and have been hunting there for the past 5 years. Like most of you, I have been busted by deer that have winded me either because I was careless or the wind changed. I first started using an Ozonics unit about 3 years ago, starting with the HR150 which someone loaned to me to try out. I found it to be pretty effective, so I bought the HR200 and now I wouldn't go into the field without it because I feel it is so effective. Next to my bow, I think it is the most important item to have with me. I am sure I would never had a shot at this deer if it wasn't for the Ozonics unit. I've used it in the blind and in the tree and it performs very well in both places."
"A several year quest of a great whitetail named “Barry Sanders.” Wait until you see the footage of the 160" 7-year old straight downwind, with floaters in the air, and almost landing on his nose. He came in to 15 yards about 20 minutes after I shot Barry. We had 8 deer come straight downwind at less than 30 yards, and NONE of them spooked. They completely ignored it."
"First I would like to say thanks for making such an awesome tool for defeating the ever elicit deer nose. I have been bow hunting for 25+ years and have always been a "scent freak." Since my combat injuries in Afghanistan, I am on certain medications for life. I couldn't figure out why deer keep winding me when I take careful steps to reduce my odor in the field. I have used scent wash, spray, and even scent blocking camo. I would like to thank you for such a great product. Deer in eastern North Carolina don't get very big but they still have a nose. This 6 point buck came running in downwind after rattling and never knew I was there."
"Dennis, as you know, I took a buck last night. I went in on a totally bad wind but as usual had my Ozonics on and working. Had several deer come in front of the blind at 17 yards. Around 6:10pm this nice buck showed himself and worked a scrape that was out about 100 yards. After he was done there, he made his way into my setup but came in very cautiously after a while. After a long wait, the buck presented me with the shot and I put it on him. Again, thanks to Ozonics once again--even with a bad wind I was able to take this nice wide NJ buck."
This buck was taken with the help of Ozonics--I never hunt without it! The buck came in from the downwind side, and never knew I was there!
"I killed a nice buck in Iowa this morning and we give the Ozonics props. We had 6 does straight downwind when the buck came in and they didn't get us."
"I had a great extended weekend at my favorite ranch just outside of Uvalde, Texas - Sims Whitetail Ranch. Shane Sims (owner and guide) and I have been talking back and forth about a very unique buck that had been captured on Primos trailcams. A Quad Beam buck, normal rack with not one but 2 additional beams, one on each side that followed the path of the normal beam. I had never seen a Quad Beam in all my years of hunting.
We setup to ambush this awesome buck in an area he liked to roam. Beginning on Thursday evening and continuing into Saturday noon we logged some 12 on stand, no sightings. We saw bobcats, rabbits, roadrunners, javelinas, quail, but no Quad Beam. We checked the trailcams, only to find that he was visiting the area under the cover of darkness, about 1 hour before we would arrive in the morning and 1 after we leave in the evening.
Plan B - a Classic South Texas Double Droptine Buck had been seen by some other hunters on the ranch. We looked at him on video and decided that he would be a great buck to go after since Quad Beam was not being cooperative. We settled into a setup for the Mr. Droptine in the area that he had been seen only text that he was about a half a mile away from our position. We made quick work of getting to the jeep, cutting the distance by about 2/3's, hoofed it the rest of the way. We eased into the edge of the clearing that he was hanging around with several other bucks and sure enough there he was on the far side. A quick assessment, as light was fading, we set into the brush as he slowly but definitively made his way closer to us. The last few minutes of shooting hours were ticking by and my heart was racing faster than the seconds were passing. Amazingly, he covered the last 60 yards to the shooting lane at a trot, providing me with a perfect broadside shot. I placed the shot perfectly and dispatched him within 30 yards."
Buck from the mountains of Cameron Co. PA was directly 35 yards downwind, almost eye level and never knew I was there. I know that, if not for Ozonics, I would not have been able to harvest my largest PA buck, because the deer in the mountains do not tolerate ANY human odor. The buck scores 106.5"--I know that's not large by midwestern standards but on public land in PA, that is a great buck! Thank you Ozonics for giving me the chance at seeing and harvesting such a beautiful buck!
"I have been bowhunting for over 30 years and have always been very careful about wind direction, but with Ozonics, I actually went to this tree stand set up knowing the wind direction was wrong. 12 deer later, lucky number 12 also came in directly down wind. Ozonics is truly a game changer."
"I don’t know what I would do without my Ozonics! I’d rather just not go hunting than go without my Ozonics. It has saved me more times than I can count.
Thank you very much. I thought you might enjoy seeing my last buck. I was fortunate enough to harvest two very mature bucks this year and of course the Ozonics was important in both situations. The first buck, a 5-year old that scored 160, weighed almost 300 pounds. The second (picture attached) was also a mature buck that scored 165 and came in directly downwind. Ozonics works like a charm!"
"This is my 166" 2012 Kansas deer named Patience. When I began thinking of a name for this buck, I asked God what should I name him and the first thought in my head was Patience and I knew I was in for a roller coaster of events to follow. As always, the Ozonics did its job from the first encounter several weeks back, when he was behind me at 5 yards, and it was a major help today in the draw with swirling winds. My friends and clients are now purchasing and using Ozonics with great success this season. "
"I Just wanted to share this picture of my 2012 Missouri buck. Again, Ozonics amazed me!!! This buck walked in downwind of my treestand location. I was a little anxious because big bucks like this one do not miss much, but he didn’t smell me. I shot him at 18 yards thanks to Ozonics!!!"
"Thank you for making a product that is very effective and easy to use. I purchased my Ozonics HR-200 from Southern Archery in Spencer, Iowa and have never been happier. I killed this 179 3/4 in southern Iowa. There were two mature bucks in the standing corn chasing does and this buck came to a grunt call straight downwind of me within 5 yards. Ozonics works! Since then, my boys have had lots of deer downwind in our hay bale blind! Great product!"
"Without Ozonics in the blind with me, taking this WY Mule Deer it never would have happened! Go Ozonics!"
"After getting trail camera pictures of this buck I decided to do a Run-N-Gun set up in a thick bedding area. The next morning this buck did exactly what I wanted him to do. However, the group of does did not. The Ozonics kept the does from catching our wind, no snorting, and kept this buck in the area."
"I watched this buck cross a field about 200 yards from my stand. He showed no interest in my grunt or doe bleat. Twenty minutes later I saw 4 does enter the field I was overlooking. They began crossing the field and heading to my stand. They weren’t coming straight in though--they were going to check the wind first. They walked a big circle around my stand until they were directly down wind of me. They never hesitated because the Ozonics I had pointed in that direction was doing its job. As soon as they began to eat, I noticed another deer had entered the field. It was the 8 point. Two things were clear: one, he was following the does, and two, he was also going to check the wind before he made his way to my stand. He never raised his nose, no sign that he had gotten even the slightest hint of human scent. He walked right to the does and put his head down to eat. The arrow hit its mark and the buck never made it out of the field. There is no doubt in my mind that I would never have had a chance at this buck without my Ozonics in the tree with me."
I have finally made it back home after a three long but successful months away guiding.
I outfitted my 40 whitetail clients this year with Ozonics units and, after they used them, everyone swore by their effectiveness. Ozonics quickly went from "gadget" status in the eyes of most guys to "essential equipment" status pretty quickly. Here is a quick visual update of the animals that Ozonics played a role in harvesting so far this fall.
"I just wanted to let you know that we love your products. Larry Fox was in camp with Antler Insanity during the Kansas muzzleloader season this year. Larry had never used the Ozonics, but we at Antler Insanity TV always use it. Our time is valuable and we want to take every legal advantage to defeat a deers nose. No easy task. Larry was hunting a water hole at the base of a large cliff and the wind constantly swirls. Thankfully the Ozonics offers a solution to this age old problem The buck came in cautiously as all six year old animals do, but made it within 100 yards 30 minutes before the end of shooting light. Larry is now the owner of an Ozonics unit. This magnificent animal scores 197 B&C gross. Thank you Ozonics!"
"2012 Ohio youth gun harvest a 145" ten point. Used his HR200 to help on his great hunt!"
"Took this buck in Iowa with my muzzleloader and Ozonics.."
"I had several does downwind when I harvested this buck"
"This is a 7 year old buck I call Sippycup standing 15 yards, straight down-wind, sniffing the Ozonic's. Watch this video, with wind streamers floating to him, and one nearly lands on his nose. He then calmly walks away, only circling back through our wind at 20 yards. Ozonic's WORKS!!!"
"I had a 5 year history on this great old buck I call Droppy; I could not be happier or more honored to have had the opportunity to take this 230+ inch giant, and on video no less. After a few unsuccessful attempts we knew needed to set up within under 200 yards of where he was bedding in the same small patch of timber. Getting in and out quietly was important, but not as important as keeping the area scent free, as if we were never there. When all the conditions were just right, we would sneak in to hunt the blind. With the Ozonics running in the top corner on October 6th it all came together when I motioned to my Cameraman that he was headed our way. A hunt that lasted 5 years; from trail cam pictures, sheds, and passing him up year after year, it was all over with an 18 yard shot, and the buck of my dreams was down just 30 yards away. We cannot wait to share the story and the hunt this fall on Wild TV and the Pursuit Channel."
"Once again I am blown away by the science of Ozone and the results it delivers in the world of the hunter! I have seen it work time after time but it still "wows" me again and again. Friday night in Kopperl, Texas was another such occasion. We were hunting at Cross J ranch in North Central Texas trying to close out the season with a management buck and a doe or two. Pigs were the furthest thing from my mind as I climbed into my stand called "Johns" around 4 pm. The wind was out of the north at about 8-10 mph, blowing from my right shoulder directly to the shooting lane to my left front, a perfect Ozonics set-up! At about 6:15 pm I heard a noise behind me and I slowly turned to see this beast of a hog clearing the cedars headed my way for a late meal. Because of the large live oak I was sitting in, I knew my only shot was going to put him directly downwind and I quickly inspected my HR-200 to ensure it was set perfectly, knowing if it wasn't the proverbial gig would be up. Like all big boars he moved in short, deliberate bursts that would cautiously move him forward 7-8 yards at a time, he would then stop, survey the area and scent check. As he drew parallel to my stand I took the opportunity to draw my bow when he went behind a small cedar tree hoping the cover and my HECS clothing would conceal any and all movement. I needed another 10 -12 yards before he would be in my shooting lane, he suddenly stopped, stretched out on his front legs and began to root up the soil under the protective shadow of the large oak's low-hanging branches. I was beginning to feel the weight of the drawn bow and wondering if I was going to have to let down when he decided to cover the last bit of real estate. He stepped into my shooting lane, directly downwind of my stand and literally didn't know what hit him. The Carbon Express Maxima Pro Hunter and G-5 striker (super impressed with this broad head and arrow setup) buried up just behind the shield plate on his left shoulder. He never made a sound and walked into the cedars to my right. Great blood trail and a short trip into the creek bottom, followed by a difficult recovery (thanks for all the help from Russell, Eric and Larry) and there he was my biggest hog ever at 260 plus pounds! "
Stew and I are in camp with 4 other guys, we are the only ones using Ozonics, and the only two that have fired shots! So far 2 hogs for me & an Audad for Stewart! Thanks Paul Korn
The First day we were sitting in a 12 foot ladder stand and it was really windy that day blowing right at the main trail so we set up two Ozinocs and right at sunset a group of three big hogs came in and they were right down wind and at 20 yards I put the smack down on this 198 pound hog.
I shot this buck on Michigan state land and could not have done it without Ozonics. He came in chasing a doe straight down wind and neither one caught my scent. Thank you for a awesome product that I will never go in the woods without.
"Mike Devine and I decided we could not be in the same blind setup as we were for the first encounter we had with WildThing. The wind was even worse and the blind was on a downslope that pushed or thermals right into the draw the deer funneled out of. We decided on setting up shop in an old stone house. We put a ground blind in an old stone house, buttoned up the blind except for 2 openings that allowed me to shoot out the front door of the house and through the only window in it. We fired up 2 Ozonics units and began our sit. By 5:30, even with a wind that the text book says NOT to hunt with, we had deer walking within 10 yards of us. At about 7:30, a 150” buck walks 10 yards outside the house/blind . Mike is sitting caddy-corner from me in the blind so he can see a bit further in each direction behind us. While he is looking behind the 150” buck for more deer, I peek over and out the front door is WildTHing! I whispered there he is and went right into full-draw, Mike looks over and sees the giant at under 15 yards , wheels the camera around and hits record. I always say that 5 seconds can change your season, but this hunt went down in about 3. Hunting inside the house limited our field of view and our time we had to react if the deer came in from our blind side. Mike no more than got on him and I drilled him! Mike Devine has been filming hunts for 15 years and is a profession in his own right. I don't think many guys could have captured that shot. His split second reaction and knowing his equipment captured a shot that was probably going to happen whether he was on him or not. Later I stepped off the shot at 11 yards!"