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Author Topic: Run and Gun decoys  (Read 1145 times)

Offline leaf shaker

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Re: Run and Gun decoys
« Reply #15 on: March 25, 2020, 01:16:21 PM »
Primos gobb stopper pair best decoys for the money  :z-winnersmiley:

Offline model94

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Re: Run and Gun decoys
« Reply #16 on: April 05, 2020, 12:38:18 PM »
Montana Jake perfect and Miss Perfect. Light and compact.

Offline wchadw

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Run and Gun decoys
« Reply #17 on: April 05, 2020, 02:16:19 PM »
Montana Jake perfect and Miss Perfect. Light and compact.
Yep. They aren’t the most realistic decoys but they are light and I fold up small enough to stick into a vest or satchel. I carry the hen in my Glenda green bag


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Offline Mossberg90MN

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Re: Run and Gun decoys
« Reply #18 on: April 05, 2020, 07:56:21 PM »
Montana Jake perfect and Miss Perfect. Light and compact.
Yep. They aren’t the most realistic decoys but they are light and I fold up small enough to stick into a vest or satchel. I carry the hen in my Glenda green bag


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Have you had success with these? I have the Jake but I’m concerned it’s not real enough. But it’s so great to have something that’s light and just folds right up.


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Offline wchadw

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Re: Run and Gun decoys
« Reply #19 on: April 05, 2020, 08:31:37 PM »
Montana Jake perfect and Miss Perfect. Light and compact.
Yep. They aren’t the most realistic decoys but they are light and I fold up small enough to stick into a vest or satchel. I carry the hen in my Glenda green bag


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Have you had success with these? I have the Jake but I’m concerned it’s not real enough. But it’s so great to have something that’s light and just folds right up.


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I really only use the hen. But I have had gobbler and hen check it out


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Offline Mossberg90MN

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Re: Run and Gun decoys
« Reply #20 on: April 05, 2020, 08:51:52 PM »
Montana Jake perfect and Miss Perfect. Light and compact.
Yep. They aren’t the most realistic decoys but they are light and I fold up small enough to stick into a vest or satchel. I carry the hen in my Glenda green bag


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Have you had success with these? I have the Jake but I’m concerned it’s not real enough. But it’s so great to have something that’s light and just folds right up.


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I really only use the hen. But I have had gobbler and hen check it out


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Did they seem convinced?


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Offline wchadw

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Re: Run and Gun decoys
« Reply #21 on: April 05, 2020, 08:59:19 PM »
Montana Jake perfect and Miss Perfect. Light and compact.
Yep. They aren’t the most realistic decoys but they are light and I fold up small enough to stick into a vest or satchel. I carry the hen in my Glenda green bag


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Have you had success with these? I have the Jake but I’m concerned it’s not real enough. But it’s so great to have something that’s light and just folds right up.


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I really only use the hen. But I have had gobbler and hen check it out


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Did they seem convinced?


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Not really but my if it’s a gobbler it’s close enough to shoot. Back 10 years ago all the decoys were brown rubber blobs with a red head and it would bring them close enough to take a look


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Offline Mossberg90MN

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Re: Run and Gun decoys
« Reply #22 on: April 05, 2020, 09:00:59 PM »
Montana Jake perfect and Miss Perfect. Light and compact.
Yep. They aren’t the most realistic decoys but they are light and I fold up small enough to stick into a vest or satchel. I carry the hen in my Glenda green bag


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Have you had success with these? I have the Jake but I’m concerned it’s not real enough. But it’s so great to have something that’s light and just folds right up.


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I really only use the hen. But I have had gobbler and hen check it out


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Did they seem convinced?


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Not really but my if it’s a gobbler it’s close enough to shoot. Back 10 years ago all the decoys were brown rubber blobs with a red head and it would bring them close enough to take a look


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True


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Offline bghunter777

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Re: Run and Gun decoys
« Reply #23 on: April 07, 2020, 06:59:41 PM »
I have piles of decoys but find myself using a single feeding hen that has a self contained stake the snaps into the base of the decoy I believe its made by flextone affordable realistic and does what I need it to do. There was a time when I would have multiple decoys quarter strut jakes etc and try to pack them all around. I did not kill more birds by doing this. All that said from time to time I will take out a jake or strutter if I have a location that is relatively easy to get to or plan to hunt open fields.