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Turkey Reaping- Mounting fan to bow?
Turkey
Contributors to this thread:
Hunt98 27-Mar-21
Ermine 27-Mar-21
Timbrhuntr 27-Mar-21
[email protected] 01-Apr-21
HoytHntr4 01-Apr-21
GhostBird 01-Apr-21
Joey Ward 01-Apr-21
Jims 03-Apr-21
[email protected] 03-Apr-21
From: Hunt98
27-Mar-21
I’ve tried reaping the last couple of years but I’ve only used a fan with a stake stuck in the ground.

How are you mounting (pictures please) the fan to your bow?

From: Ermine
27-Mar-21
Heads up decoy bow mount

From: Timbrhuntr
27-Mar-21
I used the heads up mount also and its fanning not reaping lol Oh I hate that term now get out and smoke one lol

01-Apr-21

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From: HoytHntr4
01-Apr-21
Ultimate predator decoys

From: GhostBird
01-Apr-21
Be aware that reaping or weapon attached decoys are not legal in all states. Alabama does not allow any type of decoy that can be manipulated/moved by the hunter, including weapon attached decoys. Only wind movement is allowed; no strings, no motors, no nothing.

From: Joey Ward
01-Apr-21
Ain't NO way........even if I thought it was the ONLY way.

From: Jims
03-Apr-21
I don't think I would want a decoy attached to bow. For me it's easier to hold a fanning/reaping decoy while stalking in front of me and stake it in the ground when I get ready to shoot. There is often plenty of time to set up.

03-Apr-21
check out Ultimate Predator Turkey decoy. I will let you know I it works next week in Nebraska. and prior to the shotgun season.

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