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Old 01-30-2008, 09:17 PM
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New Coyote Decoy

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Check this out .Bird control and pest control products to repel bird pests safely.

Do you think this decoy will work ?


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Old 01-30-2008, 10:00 PM
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Hay guys

I am Going to List two other Coyote Decoys .

Tell me what you think about them.

I am Going to Buy two of them to see what one works the Best .



1 Bird control and pest control products to repel bird pests safely.

2 Lone Howler Coyote Decoy

3 YOTE' COYOTE DECOY :: PREDATOR and TRAPPING :: Edge by Expedite - Innovative high quality hunting products - For predator hunting, trapping, waterfowl, game birds and turkeys.

I am Going to Buy two of them to see what one works the Best

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Old 01-31-2008, 07:45 PM
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redbone,

They look good, I like 1 & 2 the best.
I would be afraid of getting caught up in all the excitement and shooting one of those decoys.

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redbone,

Posture of the decoy may be important especially during their "rut" which is coming up pretty quick.
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these are good and light weight .....

check them out.

Renzo's Decoys - Coyote Decoy Kit - One Coyote, One Fawn, Two Rabbits
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Old 02-01-2008, 08:53 PM
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I've used the Renzo's Decoys and like how light and easy it is to put in my folding seat(like a stadium seat).
While I was hunting with a buddy it blew over and a minute later the wind came from the other direction and blew it back up just as he looked in it's direction and scared my buddy, but he didn't soil his pants ;-)))
It works well if the snow is 'firm' enough or the ground isn't frozen. It is very life like even close up.
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Old 02-02-2008, 03:58 PM
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I think the 1 Decoy Will work in Feb when the Male is looking to Mate with an Female .

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