The 15 Best Decoys – Big Game reviews
Montana Whitetail Dream Team Decoy Combo
Available: Whitetail Buck and Dreamy Doe decoy combo.
Montana Decoy Archer's Choice Plot Pack
You know we've been working with montana decoys for a long time yeah really long time. And boys trying to kind of help them out with ideas. We think might help. Us out during our hunts between Montana. We think we nailed. It with the AC flat pack. Now for any of that have actually hunted with decoy. That big old age buck comes out looks at the decoy angles but there's no movement. And he's like we came up with the teaser tail the slightest breeze gives. It movement the other movement is its on a rotating shaft, so we've got little Clips. That clip into the ground. You want it on grass. Or on cut the corn stalks. Or on beans whatever but. What it allows it to do is. You can adjust how much movement. You get so what you have. You have a head that's moving constantly just like. If you're feeding you've got the tail.
And then you have the entire body. This has never been done before. This for the rough free run post rut. And rough situation ham here alert looking at what the DOE right there in the field who is feeding fuck. One of the really new things so unique things. This with one is check. You don't want to use a buck. You can put a couple of those out there. You turn around start rattling start grunting and. You show the Challenger guess. What he's gonna come. And he's gonna approach. That buck is gonna come to the nose he's gonna come to the head. And he's gonna pan out he's gonna start showing his antlers. And he's gonna do a little broadside Stiffen show on his body to his competitor. This is his competitor so understanding what we've got with the AC plot pack is real simple. We have taken the simplicity of a super collapsible decoy Montana added movement added adjust ability bunkered oh no extra weight user.
You got a set that well he's going to put meat in the freezer. And antlers on the wall.
Rinehart Doloma Decoys
- Whitetail Buck – 29.25"H x 49"W. Simulated wt: 135 lbs. Wt: 9 lbs.
- Standing Whitetail Doe – 29.25"H x 49"W. Simulated wt: 95 lbs. Wt: 9 lbs.
- Antelope – 29.25"H x 49"W. Simulated wt: 135 lbs. Wt: 9 lbs.
- Bedded Whitetail Doe – 25.5"H x 43"W. Simulated wt: 95 lbs. Wt: 9 lbs.
Hi my name is James McGovern with Reinhardt 3d targets. Iwant to introduce. You to the most exciting thing. That we've worked on in the last in the last 10 years. This is brand-new for us. This is the Reinhardt de Loma series decoy. And right here what we did. We looked at the existing decoyed market. We wanted to be different. We want to be better. We want to take a market. That hasn't changed. We want to make it change. We want to put a market in motion so. What we've done is we've taken we've taken. This decoy and first off. One hundred percent urethane. You know Ryan hurt you know Reinhardt knows. How to make a urethane target. How we're going to make a urethane decoy the wind is. What powers this product the wind moves at the wind makes its been in the wind makes the head move. You get wonderful life like motion the head turns the deer can't resist. What this decoy does the head pivot the legs are removable for easy carry. This entire d clay weighs eight pounds.
And is absolutely silent put the decoy world in motion with Reinhardt coloma series.
Montana Decoy The Freshman Buck Decoy
37"H x 48"W.
Wt: 35 oz.
the freshman decoy was purpose-built to cause the reaction in a white tail but the forward positioning of the forehead. And the laid back years signal aggression. While the thin body. And up tapered stomach indicate a younger weaker non-dominant buck combining the aggressive attitude with the wimpy two-year-old body causes an older buck to come over. And assert his dominance. These decoys should only be used. When you're hunting for an older age class buck.
Montana Decoy Fred Eichler Elk Decoy
This is the a cooler elk from Montana decoy. It was designed by friend achier. It includes his string hanging system. And we'll show you the proper way to fold. It start by turning the decoy to the right with the head blow. One thumb on the front side pulling it down. When time on the back side pointing up pull with. This hand and twist forward with. One as you're twisting you make a figure eight. And then you bring your hands together. While you're twisting a little bit. More with your right forms three layers. Ihold those front two layers with my left-hand take a second. And tuck the legs inside of. It also dropped the straps down inside of. It helps keep everything together. Once I've got it folded up. Itake my bungee strap stretch. It over the decoy holds. Everything together makes a nice compact lightweight easy to carry package.
Montana Decoy Miss Muley Decoy
Deployed: 40"H x 38"W.
Hi I'm John Lockhart with Montana decoy we're here at the 2015 great American outdoor show in Harrisburg Pennsylvania here to show. You the new Miss Perfect 3d decoy incredibly realistic the great thing about. It folds up into a really small package so. You can put it rights into your turkey vest. It features what we call perfect pose technology which offers two different positions for the leg pole so. You could set it up as a looker. Or a feeder just by adjusting the leg poles additionally. We use feather cut technology with slight cuts in the material so. Even with a slight breeze. You can see actually the incredible realism. This decoy provides the head itself also can be manipulated into just about. Any position giving it really the ultimate in versatility in a decoy. It comes with a leg stake that's basically steel on the bottom that'll allow. You to get into really hard ground as well as a composite material on the top. That folds up really small so the whole package just like. That compact enough to fit your turkey vest not take up a lot of space but literally sets up in seconds check. It out at Montana decoy calm.
Montana Decoy RMEF Elk Decoy
Wt: 2.63 lbs. (including poles).
My name is Dave Baroni oh. This is Trevino Stoltzfus without back outdoors we're introducing the new Montana decoy Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation cow decoy. We are passionate about elk hunt. One of the things that's always in our backpack is an elk decoy. One of the ways I like to use them has been using them as a flasher. What I mean by that is you're already doing the vocalization of elk trying to call an elk in. And just being able to flash. This elk decoy to give them. That confirmation that visualization. That there's elk there. It works great it helps up. That hung up bolt but. What I like to do as well is in the open country. Ineed to cover some ground in plain view of herd of elk. Ican use this as a shield. That has been helpful not only for guiding but my own personal hunting as well. Iam really excited about. This Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Calvi koi specifically Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is a great organization. That really is passing out elk hunting heritage to the next generation. And Montana decoy they want to do their part so. This cow elk decoy with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation logo part of the proceeds from the sale of. One of these decoys gets sent right back to Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation an organization. We should all be a part of look for these will be hit in stores. This summer the Montana decoy Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation carry out decoy.
Flambeau® Masters Series Buck Deer Decoy
Dimensions: 60-1/2"L x 59"H x 20"W.
Weight: 18 lbs.
Montana Decoy Big Red Moo Cow Decoy
Set up: 58”L x 43”H.
Folded: 17”L x 17”H.
Wt: 48 oz.
Montana Antelope Buck/Feeding Doe Combo Decoys
Available: Antelope Buck and Feeding Antelope Doe decoy combo.
Montana Decoy Fred Eichler Antelope Decoy
MAD® Commandelope Decoy
Folded: 26"H x 20"W x 6"D.
Set-up: 48"H x 36"W x 1.75".
Wt: 7.5 lbs.
Killer Gear ElkFan Decoy
Closed: 2” dia. x 31”L.
Wt: 2.2 lbs.
Montana Decoys Moose II Decoy
Dimensions: 24.5"L x15"H x 3"W.
Weight: 80 oz. (with poles).
This is the Montana moose to decoy. And I'm going to show. You the quick way to fold. It always start with the head down list the legs fold over make. More compact package. When you're folding up got. One thumb on this side pointed down. One thumb on this side pointed up twist. This wrist forward while I'm pulling this. One back and as I'm doing. That I'll make a figure eight with the decoy. And then it together. Ikeep twisting with my right. Iget three layers they fold up nice and flat. You wrap your elastic bungee around. It makes a nice compact package easy to carry.
Killer Gear Antelope Fan Decoy
Closed: 31"L x 2" dia.
Wt: 2 lbs.