New Motion Stake from Montana Decoy

Motion Stake from Montana Decoy motion-stake-from-montana-decoy-2A new twist on giving your turkey decoys key movement, the Montana Motion Stake from Montana Decoy is lightweight, simple and easy to use.

“Tough turkeys require a little something extra and motion can help close the deal,” said CJ Davis, president of Montana Decoy. “Our Motion Stake system uses no electronics so no worries about dead batteries or states that don’t allow the use of electronics when hunting.”

A simple but effective telescoping pole and line combined with a clip that attaches to the back of any Montana Turkey Decoy, the Motion Stake can be used throughout the season. Depending on where the clip is attached, hunters can simulate a feeding, walking or looking turkey. Available December 2016, the new Montana Motion Stake has a suggested retail of $29.99.

“I was impressed with how little of a breeze is needed to add some great movement to the decoy,” said Montana Decoy Founder Jerry McPherson. “And even in fairly hard winds the motion was amazingly lifelike. The option to position the clip on different parts of the decoy’s body allows you to set up in a feeding or looking position, adding to the flexibility and realism.

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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 any unnecessary bulk and weight. McPherson found inspiration from folding band saw blades. He combined an actual photograph of a cow elk in the wild with a unique and now patented twist-and-fold concept to hold open the decoy. Montana Decoy currently offers turkey, elk, whitetail, mule deer, antelope and predator options along with a Moo Cow confidence decoy. All are easy to use, lightweight and feature ultra realistic HD photography.

C.J. Davis
Sarah Weaver

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