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Turkey decoy project
Turkey
Contributors to this thread:
Stickhead 23-Apr-16
Stickhead 23-Apr-16
Stickhead 23-Apr-16
drycreek 23-Apr-16
Stickhead 23-Apr-16
midwest 23-Apr-16
XMan 23-Apr-16
Stickhead 23-Apr-16
XMan 23-Apr-16
trkyslr 23-Apr-16
Stickhead 23-Apr-16
Stickhead 23-Apr-16
trkyslr 23-Apr-16
Bowfreak 24-Apr-16
White Falcon 24-Apr-16
From: Stickhead
23-Apr-16
How do you carry your turkey decoys? Past seasons I carried them in an A.L.I.C.E. pack, but tired of that. I made this Prototype "A" carrier today. I moved my other items to a small fanny pack. I have not field tested yet, and already looking at changing it. First change will be to change the O.D. Green parachord to flo orange. What do you guys think?

From: Stickhead
23-Apr-16

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How do you carry your turkey decoys? Past seasons I carried them in an A.L.I.C.E. pack, but tired of that. I made this Prototype "A" carrier today. I moved my other items to a small fanny pack. I have not field tested yet, and already looking at changing it. First change will be to change the O.D. Green parachord to flo orange. What do you guys think?

From: Stickhead
23-Apr-16

Stickhead's embedded Photo
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Another shot.

From: drycreek
23-Apr-16
Well that's cute stick, but does it match your boots ? :)

From: Stickhead
23-Apr-16
Oh hell, back to the drawing board, I was not going for cute.... LOL

From: midwest
23-Apr-16
My DSD's don't fold in half.

From: XMan
23-Apr-16
I don't like transporting decoys with red heads sticking out of bags, very dangerous on public land when a hunter is wearing a dark pattern and the red heads are bobbing up and down as the person walks.

From: Stickhead
23-Apr-16
These decoys are very flexible, I will tuck the heads or put them in the Turse (Turkey Purse) head first.

From: XMan
23-Apr-16
ah, in that case, great job they look cool! suggestion, go with a wider carrying strap instead of the parachute cord, the shoulder strap will likely slide and the cord will dig into you on long walks. You might want to ad or stitch in a cloth top and use a drawstring cinch so they can't fall out. I have lost a few over the years from my vests that fall out as I am walking.

From: trkyslr
23-Apr-16
Is that a Gucci decoy bag?

From: Stickhead
23-Apr-16
I'm poor, not a Gucci, it's a fake Coach.. ;)

From: Stickhead
23-Apr-16
"Cute" or "Gucci" NOT what I was going for!

From: trkyslr
23-Apr-16
Lol.. Good sport.

From: Bowfreak
24-Apr-16
I use a bungee net I made out of some bulk shock cord. I strap my blind onto my RackPack. Then I strap on my small pack at the bottom near the meat shelf. I then lay my decoys on the back if the blind and secure it with the shock cord net. Works pretty good.

From: White Falcon
24-Apr-16
I just fold mine and put them in the back of my turkey vest!

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