Easy Doe Inflatable Deer Decoy with Remote Control

Item # WX2-213664

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Details & Specs

Easy Doe Inflatable Deer Decoy with Remote Control, the best ruse on the market! The secret is the tail.

Made from realistic synthetic hair to provide life-like movement in the field, Easy Doe® uses a remote-controlled tail that causes the tail to flick from side-to-side with irresistible lifelike motion! Looks realistic from just a few feet away. And the 3D look flat-out blows flat decoys out of the water.

Even better, a scent patch attaches underneath the tail to draw your buck into range. Simply mount the Easy Doe on the included adjustable aluminum post so the feet make contact with the ground, or raise it up a bit so the Decoy rotates in the breeze. It truly is the best ruse on the market!

Closer look:
  • Included pump inflates the Decoy in about 2 minutes
  • Realistic, remote-controlled tail movement, combined with a head-down "at ease" posture, attracts and calms nearby deer
  • Remote control range of 100'
  • Quiet, lightweight and easy to transport
  • Adjustable-height pole allows easy placement
  • Measures 34 x 10 x 28"h. inflated
  • Includes battery-powered air pump, remote, tail motor kit (requires 4 AA batteries, not included), adjustable-height mounting pole, scent patches, repair kit and carry bag.


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