HUNTING DECOYS Hunting decoys have been around for hundreds of years and for military use for thousands of years they are used for distraction, to hide what an individual or a group might be looking for. Decoys have been used for most notably in game hunting to lure in the game that one is hunting for. Most hunting decoys are for hunting wildfowl.
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Wildfowl decoys (primarily ducks, geese, shorebirds, and crows, but including some other species) are considered a form of art collecting decoys has become a significant hobby both for folk art collectors and hunters. Hunting wildfowl decoys used in combination with game calls are a tool for hunters to use to lure in wild game such as ducks, geese, shorebirds, turkey and crow.
Introducing the Chicken On A Stick Nature Defying-Turkey Decoy. In test after test, even the most skeptical hunters are amazed at how close turkeys get, and how much fun it is to get‘em there. Gotta see it to believe it? See the demo at primos.com.
Turkey Decoy – Killer B
Killer B is made from the same proprietary formula that everyone has come to love with B-Mobile. You can also roll up Killer B for easy carry in your vest. This is the most realistic decoy on the market and the one you will find in all of the Primos Video Team members’ vests when they go into the field. B-Mobile brought them in close. Killer B will have them strutting in your lap.
The Mojo Hawk predator hunting decoy was developed to add another dimension to predator calling. It is used by placing the hawk above a wounded prey decoy and an electronic caller to give the predator the sense that a bird of prey has either wounded or found a wounded prey and is about to make off with it and if the predator wants the easy meal, he needs to rush in. Predators, especially coyotes, have a tendency to hang up a couple of hundred yards out, then maybe circle downwind to come in. The wounded prey decoy alone adds realism to the set up, and keeps the focus of the predator on the decoy and off of you, the caller/hunter especially when the sounds are placed at the decoy. However, it does nothing to give the predator a sense of urgency that prevents him from traveling downwind and getting your scent. This is especially important in heavy cover.
Wind driven spinning wing decoys are popular in some areas, especially where motorized decoys are not allowed. Mojo is the world leader in such decoys and now offers their popular dove decoy in a air driven version. Spins with the slightest wind. Utilizes the popular patented breast peg and included support pole. Realistic and effective with Mojo dependability.