How to Make a Predator Decoy for $8

By the time most of us start thinking about predator hunting, our bank accounts have been pretty well drained from months of chasing whitetails, waterfowl, and upland birds. But don't let a lack a funds stop you from squeezing in some late-season hunting and predator management. You don't need $500 in gear to drop a couple coyotes. With an $8 pet toy, a Bluetooth speaker, your cellphone, and a few odds and ends, you can put together a very functional electronic predator decoy and call system. Check out this simple and easy DIY project, and give those coyotes something to howl about before fawning season. You can buy the Weazel Ball on Amazon.com.