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May 09, 2007
Turkey Attack: The Sequel - 3

In keeping with yesterday's B-slapping (as in B-Mobile) video of a turkey flogging the gobbler decoy with its spurs and wings before absorbing a shot by the Farris women, we've got another one for you courtesy of Primos.

Here, Carrie McCullers fills a quick tag after getting one heck of a show of a Florida longbeard drubbing the snot out of B-Mobile's predecessor—an actual taxidermied gobbler named Bob that the company's film crew used to use during some of their hunts.

This is—er, um, was—one mad turkey!

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from alabamahunter wrote 6 years 49 weeks ago

I was thinking of buying a b-mobile but this has sold me.

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from Doug wrote 6 years 48 weeks ago

B-Mobile, Pretty Boy, Montana Decoys, or a real stuffed gobbler are the "deal" right now. B-Mobile definitely offers the right blend of packability and realism, but regardless of what you use, the gobbler decoys more so than the hens seem to really be getting the job done as of late.

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from Torrey wrote 6 years 48 weeks ago

I bought a B-mobile decoy at the start of the spring 2007 season and at first it didnt work because the turkeys didnt get a chance to see it.....then once they saw it, thats when i got my 25 lb turkey with a 12 inch beard. that was one nice turkey

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from Torrey wrote 6 years 48 weeks ago

I bought a B-mobile decoy at the start of the spring 2007 season and at first it didnt work because the turkeys didnt get a chance to see it.....then once they saw it, thats when i got my 25 lb turkey with a 12 inch beard. that was one nice turkey

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from Doug wrote 6 years 48 weeks ago

B-Mobile, Pretty Boy, Montana Decoys, or a real stuffed gobbler are the "deal" right now. B-Mobile definitely offers the right blend of packability and realism, but regardless of what you use, the gobbler decoys more so than the hens seem to really be getting the job done as of late.

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from alabamahunter wrote 6 years 49 weeks ago

I was thinking of buying a b-mobile but this has sold me.

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