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primos decoy
« on: December 17, 2011, 03:13:53 PM »
does anyine use a primos rabbit decoy  :dunno: I see that walmart had them I took one out of the box and set it up, it didn't seem to wove cery much so I didn't get it. I was going to get one for my boy he really wants to go set up for yote. I know I could take it back it it sucked but I wouldn't know for sure if it was just me or the decoy  :dunno: Thakns for the replies   :hello:
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Re: primos decoy
« Reply #1 on: December 17, 2011, 03:24:46 PM »
Coulda asked on my post  :chuckle: It wobbles better when it's on the stake as the stake lets it move a little less stable. Only thing that irritates me is there's not enough room to have both the top and bottom velcro close. Oh, and make sure you make the button is either pointed to the sky or the dirt when you set it up. Doesn't work as well sideways. I'm actually debating putting that "heart" in a stuffed animal and making it look like the bunny got into a snare hanging from a tree.
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Re: primos decoy
« Reply #2 on: December 17, 2011, 04:05:02 PM »
Coulda asked on my post  :chuckle: It wobbles better when it's on the stake as the stake lets it move a little less stable. Only thing that irritates me is there's not enough room to have both the top and bottom velcro close. Oh, and make sure you make the button is either pointed to the sky or the dirt when you set it up. Doesn't work as well sideways. I'm actually debating putting that "heart" in a stuffed animal and making it look like the bunny got into a snare hanging from a tree.
I evne put it on the stake and put it in stable materiel in the store but didn't seem to move very good :dunno: I know it doesn't take much but I wasn't sure  :dunno: I did see on you tube or somewhere like that how to turn a cat toy into a yote decoy, might have to try and find it again looked pretty slick! Thanks for the reply and let me know how the stuffed bunny works if you do it  ;)
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Re: primos decoy
« Reply #3 on: December 17, 2011, 04:08:51 PM »
I did do the stuffed bunny. It doesn't move all crazy it just kind of thumps at 3 different settings. I wish it was random but you have to manually set it with the button. I dig it because it is so quiet. If I can hear it moving from 30 feet I don't care for it. Many people have had luck with the louder things like that wobblin weasel homemade toy you're talking about. Last time I saw one of those though it was in a K B Toys store in a mall when I was a kid. To each their own. I would say that's my two cents but I think I need to kill something to get any cents first.
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