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Decoys!

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Anyone start using decoys yet? What has worked buck or doe? Going to bring out old buckzilla this weekend for his annual go around!!

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in my area that i hunt ive used my buck decoy and it just gets to those bucks. i wish i had my cam with because i had two bucks around my decoy and finally one of those bucks challenged it. i honestly couldnt believe it myself, i never seen anything like it before. so i would say use the buck decoy and try alittle grunt every now and then. good luck!

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Used mine as a doe the other night for the first time this year. I had a spike come up & give me some shot opps, but he wouldn't come all the way to it, 12-15 yards from the decoy was as close as he'd get, still too close if I wanted him. If he only knew...

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