A Bit About Us
How We Got Here
In 1996, Sam Collora harvested what is known as The Collora Buck. The buck was the highest scoring typical ever harvested with a bow.
The rest is history.
In 1987, Judi Collora purchased a whitetail fawn for her husband Sam to use as a reference for his whitetail taxidermy work. The herd grew. Frustrated with poor results using the lures on the market, Sam began collecting fresh urine. The fresh lure (uncomprimised by preservatives) worked great! In 1990, Sam engineered and built a stainless steel flooring system in his deer barn. In 1991, Sam and Judi began selling their pure, undiluted whitetail urine to hunters across the United States. It was a tremendous success. Those who used the Collora lure reported seeing more deer and an increase in successful hunts. As satisfied costumers grew, so did dealer demand. As demand grew, Sam realized many dealers did not have the capability to keep the product. Working with the University of Iowa Pharmaceutical Dept., they were able to develop a Freeze Dried process that allowed their urine to be stored, with all of its potency, on dealer shelves. Mrs. Doe Pee's Freeze Dried Lures were then introduced in 1995. The result was a resounding success.
Oct. 11, 1996, five weeks before the height of the rut, Sam Collora went to the woods with Doe in Estrus lure. He then harvested the highest gross scoring typical whitetail ever taken with a bow.
"The fresh lures allow nature to do its job in the field. By keeping each bottle fresh, our lures maintain the original pheromones in the urine to preserve the true integrity and quality of the product. We simply take what nature provides, and do not mess it up.
As hunters ourselves, we yearn to produce quality products that we use in order to gain the Mrs, Doe Pee's advantage from each bottle.
We lure, you hunt."
Sam Collora's Trifecta
Collora graces the cover of North American Whitetail for an unprecedented 3rd time
Once in 1996. Once in 2001. Again in 2011.
Three monster deer, each scoring 200 + inches.