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 bsphip2 the best non mounted decoy made
The best decoy I have used on the market today. Kind of a hassle to transport, but after a few weeks use you get the hang of it. It helped me seal the deal on 4 turkeys this past year. It drawed in 7 out of 8 turkeys that seen the decoy. I only had one turkey get scared off by the decoy and it was a single on a property holding many 3-4 year old birds. Works great on early season grouped up toms. They just can not keep themselves from running in and tearing into pretty boy. 7 for 8 last season and I will take it any day, the reaction the birds had was worth every penny
July 11, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by NKram622 Its like hunting by a feeder.
This decoy will bring them in like no other. I first tried it with the artificial fan and it would get them to come and look but when used with a real fan it is on! I have had toms come in ready to fight and all they know is they lost. I have had turkeys walk two feet from me and never notice me because they are so focused on Pretty Boy. Set it up and watch your buddy stalk your decoy!
June 1, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bosco Pretty Boy decoy set
I too, was a sceptic. I watched the decoy set in action on 2007's Knight and Hale video, but attributed the success to Harold's world class calling more than the decoys. I bought the set anyway and cured a tail I had in the freezer. Epoxy (JB weld) works great to cover the quill ends and fatty tissue. Anyway, to the first hunt.
At 11:45 a.m. I set Pretty Boy and pretty girl about 20 yards out in a weed field where they could be seen from a good distance and sat in the shade under a large oak at the edge of the woods. After about 10 minutes I cast out a hen medley of yelps and cutts from my mouth call and slate simultaneously. I took a book to read and proceded to enjoy the day. About 15 minutes later I tossed out a few yelp and cutt sequences from my Jim Rode hyrid paddle box call. I set the call down and picked my book back up. After about 10 minutes I glanced up and saw two white heads instead of one! A huge gobbler silently approached the setup from across the field and passed between the decoys. Eyeing Pretty Boy, he circled to my right and went behind a small bush giving me a chance to raise my gun. As he reapproached the decoys I dropped him at 23 yards. I looked at my watch and it was 12:20 p.m.
The boss was a 4 year old, weighing 23 lbs, with a 10 inch beard and needle sharp 1 and 1/8 inch spurs. He never gobbled or strutted and I didn't give a chance to attack the decoy although I'm sure he would have. I have yet to see what effect he will have on subordinate toms, but who cares? Let 'em go and let 'em grow.
Here's my bonus tip- Instead of bumping birds by tromping all over the field to inspect every corner, just eke up to the edge and find a good shady place to set up. Put Pretty Boy and girl out and let the decoys do the work. It just doesn't get any better than that, friends.
Get the decoy set, you won't regret it.
April 21, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by yotekiller THIS IS THE ONE
This is the real deal it brings the toms running its a little bulky to carry but well worth it. Nothing works all the time but I dont hunt without mine.
April 10, 2008
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