Attract hardheaded toms with the sturdy Primos She-Mobile Hen Decoy. This decoy is designed to serve as a companion to the Primos B-Mobile strutting turkey decoy (not included) in order to present a natural-looking flock. This decoy can be staked as a contented hen and can alternately rest on the ground without a stake to assume a submissive hen position. This decoy rolls up for storage and portability in the hunter's vest.
Features and Benefits
Realistic design looks authentic to approaching turkeys
Rolls up for compact storage in the hunter's vest
2 different positions add to the accuracy of the decoy spread
Mobile series Ground Breaker decoy stake anchors the decoy firmly in the ground
Compatible with the Primos B-Mobile strutting turkey decoy (not included)
What's in the Box
Primos She-Mobile Hen Decoy
Mobile series Ground Breaker decoy stake
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