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Offline Big58cal

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Turkey & Owl Decoys for Sale
« on: March 04, 2008, 10:31:11 PM »
Here are a bunch of decoys.  There's different kinds of turkey decoys and a couple of Great Horned Owl decoys as well.  I've got some crow decoys in a box somewhere, but haven't found them yet. :roll:

Carry Lite Great Horned Owl Decoy

Feather Flex Life Size Jake Turkey Decoy

Feather Flex True Position Breeder Turkey Decoys

Outlaw Jake Turkey Decoy

Outlaw Feeder Position Hen Turkey Decoy

Outlaw Upright Position Hen Turkey Decoy

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Re: Turkey & Owl Decoys for Sale
« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2008, 12:08:23 PM »
Owl decoy, huh? I bet owls taste just like eagles.  :wink:  ;D ;D ;D JUST JOKING!
That's a great assortment of decoys, BC! I would be interested, but I don't hunt turkeys. For what those decoys sell for in the stores, the folks should give you a call or PM. Turkey season is coming pretty soon. When season gets close the decoys sell out really fast, and our local stores don't order additional decoys.

Another thing about using turkey decoys, several coyotes are killed over the turkey decoys around here. I watched a coyote chasing a flock of turkeys a couple of years ago while I was squirrel hunting. Most of the birds just ran from the dog. When the 'yote got about close enough to grab one, the bird would take flight. That went on for about a half an hour without the critter catching one of the birds, and finally gave up.

Guys tell me that when using the owl decoy along with the turkey decoys, the birds will acutally look for the owl when they hear the hunter's owl hoot call. I can see why the owl decoy would be of use. Of course, a fella could double the owl decoy's use for crow hunting.

One more use of owl decoys is what they are used for at my workplace. We have owl decoys placed on top of many of the government building roofs to keep birds off the roofs. They really work.
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