PURR-FECT Jake and Hen Decoys for Turkey Hunting

Can you guess what hunting season is approaching and what PURR-FECT jake and hen decoys I’ll be giving a try?

MAC WordPress FeatureHUMMELSTOWN, Penn. – Montana Decoy is pleased to introduce upgraded turkey decoys for this year’s spring hunting season. With a line of highly portable and extremely lifelike decoys, Montana Decoy gives hunters realistic and versatile options with added improvements for 2018.

“We are always looking for ways to improve our decoys for better success in the field,” said Montana Decoy Founder Jerry McPherson. “Sometimes that means making them easier to fold or improving detail and color. But this year we did both.”

The fully three-dimensional MISS PURR-FECT 3D Hen and JAKE PURR-FECT 3D Jake changed the way hunters look at and use turkey decoys. They are the only decoys on the market that allow a hunter to choose the preferred pose, and their versatility and portability put them in a class of their own. For 2018, MISS PURR-FECT will see a tweaking of color for an even more lifelike appearance, while the JAKE PURR-FECT has a new head design to better mimic a real jake.

The FANATIC and FANATIC XL are already favorites among shotgun and bowhunters alike for reaping or fanning gobblers. Upgraded designs allow for easier folding and improved shape retention, giving hunters more success in the field—season after season.

“I’m very excited about our 2018 line of turkey decoys,” said Montana Decoy President C J Davis. “Jerry took our customer feedback, along with his knowledge and experience, to really improve the look and function of our decoys for 2018.”

Visit www.montanadecoy.com for more information and to see the full line of Montana Decoy products.

About Montana Decoy

Created in 1996 by Jerry McPherson, Montana Decoy got its start from an average hunter trying to improve his bowhunting success. Tormented by an uncooperative bull elk, McPherson returned to his truck, thinking about how he could design a packable decoy without any unnecessary bulk and weight. McPherson found inspiration from folding band saw blades. He combined an actual photograph of a cow elk in the wild with a unique and now patented twist-and-fold concept to hold open the decoy. Montana Decoy currently offers turkey, elk, whitetail, mule deer, antelope and predator options along with a Moo Cow confidence decoy. All are easy to use, lightweight and feature ultra-realistic HD photography.


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Get Outside for National Hunting and Fishing Day

It’s National Hunting and Fishing Day. Will you be headed outside? Who will you be with, and what will you be up to? Today is all about the connection to the outdoors, traditions, education, conservation, and sharing it with others. What more could you ask for?

For this great day, I wanted to share a fun two-day hunt with you. My husband and I were invited to hunt antelope on a private ranch in Eastern Colorado. Since we live six hours away, there’s never enough time to scout. Watch the video below as the landowner’s son shows us the property boundaries, where the antelope traditionally travel and gives us a general low-down on what our hunt will be.

This young man is learning about wildlife and gaining a connection to the outdoors. Many youngsters never get this opportunity, and some don’t even notice the wild things around them. Today, as you head out, look around. Notice the squirrels, chipmunks, and birds you pass along the way. You say you don’t want to hunt or fish? How about looking at the plants. Did you notice the flowers growing along the sidewalk as you head into the coffee shop? Tell me what you see that you’ve never noticed before.

This is an archery hunt. That means it’s all about getting up close and personal. We bought a Montana Big Red Moo Cow Decoy we purchased long ago and you’ll see why it came in handy. What decoys do you use during your hunts? Getting close to animals is a challenge, in some cases a thrill, and definitely part of why I enjoy the hunt. Regardless of whether an animal is taken or not, the journey is always the best part.

Tell me, what is your favorite part of the hunt?

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