(Deeks) Decoys were first made in 1936 and were the 1st mass produced duck decoy for duck hunters. For many generations duck hunters used them and even today they are a well known and respected brand of duck decoy for duck hunters all around the world. They quit making them in 1977 but in 2005 they were re-introduced as an even better version but of the same design. It now is on its way back to being the number one selling decoy on the market once again. The only thing delaying the climb to the top is the media lies about needing a highly detailed decoy in order to fool the ducks. What a big crock of Whoeee. Thankfully the older and knowledgeable hunters know what I am saying is 100% true. After all, how could the hunters who used them for all those years 1936-1977 have been successful if it were not true. See the videos for details on how easy they are to use. Compact self inflating decoys that are so small when you are not using them, that you can carry a couple dozen in your
Realtree Global Hunting joins Team Wild's very own Steve "Wildy" Wild and Big Steve with SPD Pest Control to take care of some pesky wood pigeons in the countryside of Derbyshire. These fowl have a habit of destroying crops and costing farmers thousands of pounds in damages each year, but our boys are back and taking care of the problem one shot at a time. Tune in to see how many of the birds the pair can bag and what techniques they utilise to lure them in and take them down.
This is my first day using my new Deer Decoy on some leased land in Wisconsin. I just got settled down in the tree stand and decided to rattle to see if any bucks in the area would come to investigate. About 5 minutes after my rattling sequence, I heard footsteps behind me and here comes this little 8 point coming directly to my tree stand. He walked directly beneath my tree and then out to the decoy. If you watch the whole video he looks like he is going to mount the decoy. He walked away in a very relaxed manner. I'm glad I had my Kodak Play Sport with me. Wind was from SW and I had the decoy set out at 20 yards with his head facing NE.