The new Miss Hoptober is a foolproof way to trick even the wiliest ol’ coyotes. Utilizing Montana Decoy’s all new HD photography, this life-like rabbit setups a scenario too tempting for any coyote to resist.
“As predator hunting has gained in popularity, coyotes are adapting to the pressure,” said Jerry McPherson, owner of Montana Decoys. “In order to be successful, hunters need to go a step further. The call gets the coyote’s attention but the all new Miss Hoptober is the key to make your coyote commit.”
Developed to fool even the most demanding eyes, the ultra realistic HD photography on Montana Decoy’s new Miss Hoptober takes realism to an all new level. The simple twist-and-stake set up is a hallmark of all Montana Decoys and the new HD Miss Hoptober fits easily in a predator vest or pack.
Measuring a scant 10×5 inches folded, the Miss Hoptober Predator Decoy expands to 24×10 inches set up. Weighing in at a mere 7 oz means it will go unnoticed until you stop to call. Suggested retail for the Miss Hoptober is $19.99 and will be on dealer shelves by February 2011.
Visit www.montanadecoy.com or call 888-332-6998 for a full list of decoys, tips and where to find a dealer near you.
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 adding bulk and weight. McPherson got inspiration from folding band saw blades. He utilized the same twist-and-fold concept to hold open the decoy image.
Montana Decoy offers turkey, elk, whitetail, mule deer, antelope and predator options along with a Moo Cow confidence decoy. All share the same ease of use, light weight and ultra realistic HD photography.
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