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Primos Whobbling Wabbit Predator Decoy - Dick's Sporting Goods

Primos Whobbling Wabbit Predator Decoy

Item Number: 11892581
Price: $39.99
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Fool predators into thinking they've found an easy meal with the Whobblin Wabbit™ Predator Decoy. This decoy features a realistic quivering action that mimics an injured rabbit, with variable speeds depending on the distance of your quarry. The adjustable wire legs and ears as well as the two possible positions of the included stake allow you to vary the position of the Primos® Whobblin Wabbit Predator Decoy.

FEATURES:

  • Lifelike rabbit decoy
  • Realistic quiver mimics an injured rabbit
  • Adjustable wire legs and ears allow you to create the most effective movement and position combination
  • Variable speed setting
  • Powered by Decoy Heart™
  • Fuzzy, worn design with high contrast visibility
  • Two position stake, create a hopping wounded rabbit or an upright cautious rabbit
  • Model: 62705
  • Primos


Country Of Origin: China

Customer Reviews

Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by moreyote I just called in a yote yesterday with this rabbit hahe had good luck with this decoy. November 4, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Don't waste your money! This decoy does not look realistic and the color doesn't resamble a real rabbit. Maybe it looks like a rabbit to a coyote!! But I doubt it! My wife suggested that I use a stuffed toy rabbit. Don't waste your money. July 3, 2012
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