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 Post subject: predator decoys
PostPosted: 10 Dec 2007, 18:02 
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I am looking at buying a predator decoy. What kind do you guys suggest I buy.


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PostPosted: 10 Dec 2007, 21:33 
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Just take a small piece of coon tail and hide, rap it around a foam ball, stick a wooden rod through it and call it good, if you want some motion than you can put a spring at the bottom the wooden rod and give it a real good shake right before you flip the call on.

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What bowhunter said, Ive seen it done and it works well


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if your gonna buy one the rigor rabbit is praised pretty good its the battery oped rabbit with terrets syndrome sells for around 30-50 dollars never seen it used in person but seen videos it keeps their attention till they get close

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hahah terrets syndrome


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PostPosted: 16 Dec 2007, 21:35 
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just get a stuffed animal like a rabbit. you can get one for around $5 and attach a spring to the bottom and if you want you can also attach a string to it so you can keep it in motion. oh, get two because sometimes a hawk will nab one, and yes that has happened to me before

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