Quiver Critter Decoy
Erratic shaking, rotating motion and furry, critter-like shape lures predators from every direction. Simple on/off operation. Includes tall stake for visibility in all terrain.
Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by airborne556762 airborne556762 I used this once so far in SoDak this summer during a recent coyote hunt. Brought in this male coyote who saw it and came straight in to it and my FoxPro 416 caller. Good product for the money. Although it could use more motion since we have a lot of wind in the Dakotas so sometimes that can be a problem for a decoy of this design. Another great aspect of this decoy is its portability aspect. I usually hunt way back in some rugged badlands in the Dakotas so lightness and stowing capaibilites get high remarks from this predator hunter :-). June 30, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by runningo Just What the Coyote Ordered Great product. Easy to pack in when predator hunting. Adds the visual element to your set-up. Coyote, fox, bobcat. Had an owl land in a tree 10 yards away. Had to break the stand thinking it was going to steal my decoy. That's realistic enough for me. June 11, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by colin300 A must for predetor hunting Just turn it on and let the critter work his magic. If you are set up properly, every coyote that lays eyes on this decoy will end up in your pickup. P.S The quietest you will find!!! June 10, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by triton185 Good Addition This is a great addition to electronic calling. It looks very lifelike and the movement looks like a crippled rabbit. The stake that is provided with the decoy is better suited for non-rocky soils. February 5, 2010
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A:You can hear it when you turn it on and are right next to it but it really is not too noisy and is not going to scare anything away.
A:No not at all. There is a very small sound it makes but had a coyote get right up on it at 2" and not get spooked.
A:only if the wind blows and it tilts sideways and gets stuck and then it will make a "click, click, click, click" sound until the wind blows it back into place.
A:not enough noise to worry about..by the time he hears it hes dead with a rifle...
A:AA size and I think it was 2.
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A:Two AA batteries
A:It operates on AA batteries (2 or 3 of them).
Have not tried the decoy in cold weather yet but either way (hot or cold weather) bring extra AA batteries with you in your hunting pack.
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A:Yes CoyoteMike it runs on 2 AA batteries.
A:yes it runs on batteries
Details:what is best way to get it standing in frozen ground.
What type of battery does it take and how long will it last on constant use.
A:Runs on two AA batteries (not included).
A:I would make a stake out of rebar and tape the top mount to it the plastic stake will not hold up to frozen ground. It runs on AA Im not sure how long they last have used it many times now and still going good on the first set.
A:That`s one of the design problems of this decoy. The stake is made of a composite plastic type material that can be very difficult to get into frozen ground without breaking the stake. I would probably try to stick the stake into the snow as a first alternative if I have the option during the winter months.
This decoy takes AA batteries (2-3 of them). Take extra AA batteries with you (recommended) in your hunting pack just in case.
A:Wabbit comes with a plastic stake (careful) so I would take a long screwdriver to make hole for stake and small hammer or rock.
Pour a lil' water in also to help soften the ground and harden later..but you shouldn't be there that long
It takes 2 AA batteries
A:The stake is plastic. There isn't anything you are going to get stuck in the ground when it is frozen around here. I took the stake off so that all you have is a round socket on the bottom of the base. Then I took about 10 inch piece of 2x6 and bored a hole in it the size of the stake base. Then I set that on the ground and it works good for me.
A:You may have to dig a small hole and place the stake in the ground and tamp around the stake. I wouldn't recommend hammering the stake into frozen ground. The unit operates off 2 AA batteries. I have about 10 hours on my set of batteries and they seem to be fine.
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