Papa Strut Decoy
Published on Tuesday, January 29, 2013
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Papa Strut Decoy details
HARRISBURG, PA –-(Ammoland.com)- Introducing the first-ever 3D turkey from Montana Decoy.
Amazing photorealism and lightweight material, combined with all new three-dimensional construction, has resulted in the most innovative turkey decoy available today.
“Montana Decoy has always been about lightweight, portability and photorealism,” said Jerry McPherson, Montana Decoy founder. “We’ve never found a viable way to combine those qualities with a full-body, 3D decoy, until now.”
Papa Strut features a two-piece design that quickly and quietly transforms into a life-size strutting tom. Some of the best features are those not included: no special carrying bags, no fragile mounts and no bulk or unwanted weight. Folding is fast and simple, after which the decoy will fit in any vest easily and comfortably.
“A 3D tom certainly adds realism to a hunting set up, but carrying one was a chore,” said C.J. Davis, president of Montana Decoy. “Papa Strut can stay in your vest all season, takes up less space than a rain jacket, weighs less than a water bottle and is built using an actual photo of a wild turkey in strut.”
The Papa Strut 3D tom weighs a mere 17 ounces with the leg pole and folds to a tiny 11-inch circle with a thickness of less than 3 inches. Suggested retail is $74.99. Papa Strut will be available early spring 2013.
Visit www.montanadecoy.com for more info and to see the full line of Montana Decoy products.
Papa Strut decoy history
About Montana Decoy: Created in 1996 by Jerry McPherson, Montana Decoy got its start from an average hunter trying to improve his bowhunting success. Tormented by an uncooperative bull elk, McPherson returned to his truck, thinking about how he could design a packable decoy without adding bulk and weight. McPherson got inspiration from folding band saw blades. He used the same twist-and-fold concept to hold open the decoy image.
Read more at Ammoland.com: http://www.ammoland.com/2013/01/montana-decoy-3d-turkey-decoy/#ixzz2JP4vUMSf
Good luck with the Papa Strut Decoy.