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Decoy Question #4079899 02/24/13 11:58 PM
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I've been looking into buying a 3D target and using it as a decoy. anybody have any luck with them. It wouldn't be left in the elements and put up every time. How do they hold up? Anybody tried this?

Re: Decoy Question [Re: Novemberyet] #4080341 02/25/13 02:47 AM
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They work (or don't work) just as well as decoys -- they are just heavier to haul in and out. In my experience, decoys are fun to hunt over if used at the right time. I've found they scare the crap out of does and younger bucks are more likely to respond to them than mature bucks.

Re: Decoy Question [Re: RedSnake] #4080814 02/25/13 10:59 AM
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I have one and have occasionally used it as a doe. It seems to calm down any deer that come around but doesn't really draw a lot.


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