Hunting Decoys - Montana Decoy™ Offers Three For The Turkey Hunter!
Hunting Decoys - Turkey are some of the most keen eyed, wary game animals a hunter can go up against but MONTANA DECOY just leveled the playing field. MONTANA DECOY is now offering a new Jake decoy to go with their Full Strut and Mating Pair Decoys that are so realistic they will fool even the most skittish of turkey.
Each is a perfect size and shape so the profile/silhouette is accurate with a state-of-the-art photographic finish on both sides of each decoy so the look is completely natural and lifelike. Each decoy folds into a small, compact, lightweight, easily portable unit for travel and carry to the field where they are quickly and effortlessly set in place.
MONTANA DECOY president and designer Jerry McPherson, “For those who love to hunt wild turkey, these three decoys are so lifelike they will help bring in even the most wary of birds for the closest shots. In addition, for those who also hunt other game in turkey habitat, such as whitetail deer, using these decoys will help calm deer during the deer season. Especially when used in conjunction with our whitetail decoys.”
Like all MONTANA DECOY models the turkey decoys are manufactured with highly resilient, long lasting polyester fabric for years of use. Each features an internal spring steel band for interior strength and outfitted with a precision 3/8”, three- piece fiberglass support rod. When folded and rod collapsed the turkey decoys are so small they will almost fit into one’s back pocket. Decoys are also available in whitetail doe, cow elk, moose and antelope.
Is It Alive – Or Another Montana Decoy?
For information see your local MONTANA DECOY dealer or contact:
MONTANA DECOY, inc
PO Box 2377
Colstrip, Montana 59323
on the web: www.montanadecoy.com
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