I went hunting yesterday in the evening for the first time this season, ( I usualy only turkey hunt in the mornings) it was 74* so I went. Well after I got where I was going I got myself situated and made a few Kee Kee calls and looked down and I bet there was at least 20 tics on my camo. well I dont smoke no more so I didnt have a lighter on me to burn um so I was flicking them as far as I could. I dont think I ever got to a point were there were no tics on me some where. I was still pulling tics off a hour after I got home. I had that same problem last year on that farm. I just wander if a person could use that stuff for dogs and cats ( Front Line ) man I'd try it if I knew it wouldnt hurt me and would work on me like it does on my dogs lol.