Pronghorn Doe & Buck Stalker Decoys
The Pronghorn Decoy weighs in at 8 oz with a collapsed dimension of 9 inches.
Key features we love about our patented Stalker Decoys:
- Built in shooting window
- Durable, UV free, quick drying, micro suede fabric
- Attaches in seconds
- Total weight is less than 10 ounces
- Collapses to a 10-inch diameter disc in seconds
- Decoy remains between hunter and prey
- No need for an extra set of hands
- Enables full hunter mobility
- Built in orange safety strap
- Made in the USA
We feel confident our decoys are going to be a game changer. Please feel free to contact us should you have any questions.
DOES NOT INCLUDE A WEAPON MOUNTING SYSTEM
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A Decoy with Endless Uses!
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Walk, stalk, and be deadly!
Ultimate Predator’s line of Stalker Decoys are an essential part of your hunting gear. Designed to offer you a hands free option for decoying your targeted species.
No longer do you have to worry about drawing at “just the right second”. The animals expect movement when they see the Stalker Decoy, and they don’t spook nearly as readily as without the decoy. No longer do you have to wait for the animal to clear a tree or bush. With the Stalker Decoy, you’re now able to shift your position for the perfect shot, rather than waiting for them to move.
No longer do you have to say “I just needed 5 more seconds,” the Stalker Decoy allows you to hold their attention for those few more precious seconds. No longer do you have to deal with that bull elk holding up at 70 yards because he can’t see what is making the call. You now can present the visual to go with the sound.
Change the way you hunt and change the way they behave.BUY THE DOE
BUY THE DUO
BUY THE TRIO
BUY THE BUCK
Real People, Real Results
Pronghorn Stalker Decoy
Your products are truly the best out there for archery hunters! Thank you so much for producing such an awesome product! I harvested this awesome antelope at 60 yards after he almost ran me over causing me to drop my bow & decoy to expose myself. I then popped them right back up, and he came right back!
— Bransen, MT
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