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DECOY. A pond used for the breeding and maintenance of water-fowl. 11 Mod. 74, 130; S. C. 3 Salk. 9; Holt, 14 11 East, 571.

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I have successfully decoyed whitetails with my Montana decoys many times, and last year I used a Stalker Decoy from Ultimate Predator Gear, along with a full-sized Dave Smith Decoy, to take a tremendous buck.
Forget what you've heard: Squealers can be decoyed. That is, as long as you don't treat them like mallards.
That idea is not original with me, as I stole it from Judy Kovar, who has decoyed and killed numerous big bucks on her farm in Illinois.