Primos® B-Mobile™ Turkey Decoy
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- Full-strut gobbler decoy
- Has a fan holder for attaching a real fan
- Folds up
- Quick set-up
A full-strut decoy that's both realistic AND mobile! The inventors of the B-Mobile™ once used a real stuffed gobbler named Bob, whose undeniably realistic presentation never failed to bring lots of other turkeys in close. Frustrated by the hassle of dealing with Bob's bulk on long hunting trips, they created a portable decoy that weighed much less, while preserving its authentic appearance. As a result, the first full-strut decoy that is both realistic and mobile was born! Primos' B-Mobile Turkey Decoy sports a fan of silk turkey feathers which can be disassembled and stored securely using the fold-up B-Mobile Fan Holder System. Easy to transport; sets up quickly on included metal stake. Instructional DVD included.
Manufacturer model #: 69041.Primos She-Mobile Hen Turkey Decoy sold separately and can be found through item search for number 1426991
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 36
Rated 4 out of 5 by DeerHunter Good Strutter for the price
This strutter is really good for the price with 2 minor adjustments made to it. First, I cut the beard to about 3" to resemble a jake. Also, I use the tail feathers from a real turkey I shot. It looks so much better using real feathers rather than the fake tail fan that was included with it. I use it in combination with a single hen and place the strutter facing me and just behind the hen. This makes dominant gobblers come running and I have had to shoot them off the top of the decoy.
April 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by IowaBass Works
Hands down the best decoy to have in your arsenal for setting up on birds. And it's half the price of some of the new fancy detailed decoys that are made more to attract hunter's wallets than turkeys. I have been using this decoy for 6 seasons now and the toms just want to rip it apart. The fake fan works quite well. The fake fan is flimsy, but I fixed that with some popsicle sticks. I usually set it up only half fanned out or no fan at all and every tom so far that has come into a field on it has practically ran right to it. I usually set it up with a couple hens with the b-mobile about 20 yards out facing me. I cut the beard to about 3 inches to give jake appearance. People give turkeys too much credit, why pay over $100 for detailed feathers. By the time a bird gets that close it's game over for the bird anyway, And we have had toms chest bumping and spurring this decoy. Plenty close. Try it out.
May 15, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by aastaggs Good Bird
This decoy does the job of bringing in Toms but I recommend making some adjustments. The beard and fan make it too dominant because I had a Tom keep a clear distance from the decoy one morning. So I decided to cut the beard shorter to look like a younger bird.
March 28, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by christopherawesome Good Decoy
This decoy is great. Has gotten me many birds, especially when i filled out the fan holder with real feathers. But the bird is a little too dominant, so what i did was cut the beard until it was shorter so more gobblers would be less afraid of it and spook. Also its kinda bulky
December 24, 2012
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