Carry-Lite® Pretty Boy Turkey Decoy Set
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"We tested these Pretty Boy decoys last spring, and they are the best decoy combos we've ever used in the turkey woods!"
David Hale and Harold Knight
Knight and Hale Hunting Products
Set out this strutting tom and submissive hen in your favorite turkey hunting spot and watch those dominant gobblers come runnin', ready to fight! Pretty Boy decoy uses an ultra-lifelike artificial fan, or you can try your own fan for even more realism (instructions included). Tested by David Hale and Harold Knight, with outstanding results!
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 32
Rated 5 out of 5 by tuck Nothin' like it...
Plain and simple, this stud works...and the hen is just as effective by herself. Our central Illinois turkey-hunting crew called in so many birds on some combo of the Pretty Boy/Girl combo last season, we bought a second set on sale at season's end. Put your own tail on him, set 'em up, start calling and get ready to shoot.
March 4, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by turkeykilla1 AWSOME,AWSOME,AWSOME.
these decoys are great, they look just like the real thing. the gobbler is perfect his color and posture are great, so great that i've counted a estimated 300 spur marks from turkeys kicking and scratching it. the hen is awsome whether she's contentd at his side or standing next to him the gobblers can't stand to see another bird with "there" hen.
March 3, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by 5largemouth Great Decoy
I am really looking forward to using this decoy this spring, the only reason that I give it for stars is because I think that the tail could be made of something other than paper which will be useless after it gets wet and on the decoy that I have there is very little coloring on the wings(could have done a little better on the paint job)
February 24, 2009
Rated 2 out of 5 by duckcaller Waste Of Money
I bought this decoy because I thought it would really bring in the birds. The exact opposite happened. The paint on the pretty boys head was to dominant. The turkeys that saw it ran scared because they did not want to fight the boss tom. If the area you hunt has a lot of dominant toms it may work. But if you hunt for less dominant birds or pressured areas, the decoy will scare away turkeys.
December 27, 2008
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