Elmwood Park, NJ
I got pictures of this buck for 3 years & could never get a look at him till I used my Ozonics on Dec. 1,2014.
I had 2 young deer come @ 3:30 4 does come @ 4:00pm. At 4:30 PM I saw a large deer coming from my right but I could not see if it was a buck.After he cleared the brush I could see he wide rack & if he gave me a shot I would take him with my muzzleloader.He is @ the Taxidermist now thanks to my Ozonics!!!
I have been filming Mike Clerkin for North American Whitetail Television for almost 2 years now, and have seen first hand how well Ozonics works. I honestly can't remember the last time I heard a deer snort. We have been in tree stands, as well as ground blinds with the same result. What an Awesome product!!!!
5 Years of driving 35 hours roundtrip from Florida to Kansas and over 250 hours in the trees for the opportunity to take the buck of a lifetime. Passed on 150" 8pt. in 2013 only to miss this one at 18 yards! This year, same stand, straight down wind, grunted him in to 16 yards and have Ozonics and practice with the Mathews Z7 to thank. Hunt180.com and their head guide Chris know how to pick 'em and keep 'em on the farms. Scored 160 2/8" Use Ozonics, it works!
I watched this buck for 3 years avoid my foot prints and my overall general area. It just seemed to know which stand I was in day after day and year after year.... 2 nd time in my woods, it walked around my stand down wind, seemed to stare up at me and then just began looking for does. He present Ed me with a shot soon after, and I finally have in on the ground. For Pa., he is a trophy for sure...thanks for removing one more variable in the way of success.
Riverdale , MI
I was sitting in my treestand and my dad was in our rifle blind. It was about 7:25 and he texts me that there is a big 8 point walking in to the right of me. Downwind. The wind was blowing about 7-10 miles per hour. He walked in to my bait. He had no clue I was there and gave me a perfect shot. Ozonics helped me harvest my first ever buck with a bow. That's when I realized the Ozonics is the real deal.
This buck was harvested on 10-25-14 from a ladder stand. This deer was only 10 yards from me. I've often wondered if deer could hear the fan in boost mode on the ozonics machine. I can confirm they don't hear a thing. This deer had no clue I was there. Even though this deer wasn't down wind it was a major victory in the field testing of this unit. Can't wait to do some more herd management. Thanks be to God for this harvest. Special thanks to the Ozonics team!
George M Moore
Two for two, that has been my luck with Ozonics for the last two years, and two great bucks taken both down wind of my stand placement, the first was last year in Kansas and the last one in Oklahoma last week. I hunt a creek bottom and try to hunt the wind to my best ability but in Oklahoma our winds changes about as often as the temperature. On Oct 14 the wind was NNW and my stand was perfect when I started but my prime time, the wind switched to the west blowing my scent directly down the trail that I was hoping for Blade Runner (named buck for last two years) to head my way. At 6:20pm here he came and never even threw his head up at all, only checking persimmons that had fallen and giving me a chip shot from 27 yards to his front right shoulder and wham as I let the arrow fly and he only made it 60 yards for me to recover my two or two with my Ozonics. Great work, and for those that don't have one, you are missing the boat.
My Ah-Ha moment came Oct. 5th 2014. I had three doe feeding 20 yards away dead down wind. When this buck walked out he came to 15 yards and the rest is history. Thank-you for a great product. My only complaint is the spare battery won't take a charge. Thank-you again, Steve Roberts
I harvested this bull during the 2014 Archery Season in NW Montana. The weather was warmer than usual and the peak of the bugle had not started yet. This made me stand hunt on a watering hole/wallow for all day sits on the side of a steep incline. The wind direction was all over, and consistently circling and working against me. This mature bull couldn't have come in any worse for wind direction. He was directly down wind at 30 yards when he hit my scent trail and stopped, he scent checked for a few heart breaking seconds and continued on as if nothing was there, and I continued on to a well placed shot and a P&Y Bull on the ground. Their is no doubt in my mind that Ozonics saved my hunt. Thank You Ozonics!!!!
I have been hunting for elk in the Missouri Breaks of Montana for years. Two years ago I set a tree stand on a tiny brushy island only to get busted time and time again by the bulls hiding out there.In two seasons I had not fired a arrow. This year on opening day my ozonics was with me in my tree....and I pounded a trophy bull at 7:45 on opening day. Then I loaned it to one of my buddies the next day and he shot a bull.Now they are all buying their own.