"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 dry your own fan for even more realism (instructions included). Tested by David Hale and Harold Knight, with outstanding results!
Rated 5 out of 5 by andrew012 GREAT DECOY
This decoy is awesome. When you buy this item it comes with a carrying bag. Lots of people have liked the b-mobile,b-mobile you have put together. this decoy comes straight out of the box just like the picture . So its great especially those who are running late. One thing that did happen to my buddy is he a a good jake running in from behind and when the jake saw the carylite decoy it became intimidated and turned around and ran off. But if you are wanting that big daddy thats out there then this decoy will bring them in.
March 16, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 best decoy I have ever bought
Last year I had hunted with a friend that had the Pretty Boy and Pretty Girl. The Pretty Boy has the best action in the slightest breese that I have ever seen. After that I just had to have one for this year. All the old decoys in my garage are probbible going to be target practice...Good Luck!
March 8, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by BofusakaSB Pretty Boy Decoy
At first you might be shocked at the size of the pretty boy decoy, it is large. But set it out on your favorite gobbler haunt in April and watch the action. The gobbler's can't stand to see this hoss near a hen decoy. Try it for yourself and you'll be hooked on the "Pretty Boy".
March 4, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by nontypical12 Take the video camera
By now, we have all seen the videos of guys sticking this thing out in a field, and big gobblers running up and kicking the fire out of them. However, I just couldn't stand it any longer, and had to try one. All I can say is - don't forget to take the video camera with you!
Yes, this thing is bulky. Yes, it is loud to carry in the woods. BUT, it is the most realistic replica available - outside of a mounted gobbler, and then let's talk about tough to carry.
Here's how I use it. I put my tent blind up where I will want to hunt during the late morning and early afternoon hours. I do this the day before the hunt. I stick Pretty Boy in the blind, and leave him. Then, I do my running and gunning in the mornings like usual, and then quietly slip into my blind on the side of a big field about 10am. I like to call every 5-10 minutes or so during late morning, and you'd be surprised at what you will witness turkeys doing. Take your video camera and put it in the blind with you on a tripod, because people won't believe your story otherwise!
Just make sure the turkeys can see your decoy from a good ways out.
February 29, 2008
I suggest that if possible, you take a jake and use the jake fan with the decoy going forward. Fold the beard back in half and tie it off with a rubberband in early season. In late season, use the full beard with eiither a full real fan or the provided "fake" fan.
We love the pretty boy decoy. It's very easy to carry because it has a mesh bag that you carry on your back. The bag is also big enough to carry other items along with the decoys as well. We've had great success with this decoy!