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Doe decoys #5996981 10/27/15 07:25 PM
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it it legal to use deer decoys while hunting? If so when would you use one?

Re: Doe decoys [Re: spencer] #5997177 10/27/15 09:11 PM
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Yes, during the rut


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Re: Doe decoys [Re: spencer] #5997193 10/27/15 09:18 PM
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In the place I have hunted in South and Central Texas, no. Deer would run from the or get very spooked by them. Midwest they seem to work very well.


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Never really tried them but I had a 3D target set up in my yard last year for the first time ever.. it was a smaller buck decoy.. one of the older bucks that was hanging around couldn't stand him I guess because I came home or woke up to him stabbed and scattered all over the place... happened more than a dozen times I bet... it must have made him pretty mad that every time he came back that buck figured out how to put himself back together

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