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Doe decoy or use the foxpro for deer? #6038253 11/19/15 05:21 AM
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Anyone have luck with a blow up doe decoy or using a foxpro with deer sounds?? Or rattling?


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Re: Doe decoy or use the foxpro for deer? [Re: daniel1381] #6038259 11/19/15 05:38 AM
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Rattled in a couple bucks this past weekend including a nice 10 point I killed on Ft Hood. I rattle aggressively for 1 minute then nothing for 9 and repeat.


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Re: Doe decoy or use the foxpro for deer? [Re: daniel1381] #6039397 11/19/15 10:49 PM
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Are you using real antlers to rattle or the fake ones


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Re: Doe decoy or use the foxpro for deer? [Re: daniel1381] #6040562 11/20/15 04:48 PM
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I rattled one in 2 days ago with a rattle bag. Like he said. 1 min on 9 off. I beat that crap out of em being they are wanting that bootie.


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Re: Doe decoy or use the foxpro for deer? [Re: daniel1381] #6040650 11/20/15 05:44 PM
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I believe it is against the law to use electronic calls for deer. Could be wrong

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Originally Posted By: thecoach
I believe it is against the law to use electronic calls for deer. Could be wrong


I thought so too


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Re: Doe decoy or use the foxpro for deer? [Re: daniel1381] #6040781 11/20/15 07:15 PM
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Just looked it up. Only illegal to use it for migratory birds. Totally legal for deer.


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Re: Doe decoy or use the foxpro for deer? [Re: daniel1381] #6040866 11/20/15 08:15 PM
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Fawn distress call can be very effect on does. Bucks won't come into it unless chasing a doe.


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Originally Posted By: dkershen
Fawn distress call can be very effect on does. Bucks won't come into it unless chasing a doe.


Also brings in coyotes


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