First Look: Mojo Scoot-N-Shoot Max Turkey Decoy

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posted on March 10, 2021
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One of the original popularizers of Scoot & Shoot-style turkey hunting, Mojo Outdoors has released a new decoy, termed the Scoot-N-Shoot Max, to complement the tactic. With a focus on realism, this decoy gives the hunter the ability to replace the included artificial fan and wings with a real fan and wings, for a true-to-life look. If the hunter does choose to use the artificial fan, there is now a see-through mesh window to increase field visibility, while keeping the hunter concealed. For more information on the Scoot-N-Shoot Decoy, which can be set as a standard decoy, or be hidden behind like a blind, please visit mojooutdoors.comMSRP: $79.99
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