We’ve tested Pre-Post Rut down to -35 degrees below zero in a glass container, and it didn’t freeze. Each of our other products (including Vanishing Hunter) seem to freeze at right around 32 degrees. But even if they freeze, their overall performance is not affected after they thaw. In fact, we’ve heard of hunters making small frozen Rut balls (popsickles) on a string and using them very effectively in freezing temperatures.

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