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NEW “PLAYMATE” FEEDING WHITETAIL BY MONTANA DECOY

PlaymateThe new Playmate Whitetail decoy takes advantage of the single most effective pose available for big game decoys-the feeding position. Combined with all new HD photography the Playmate decoy works during all phases of the rut and throughout the entire hunting season.

“Feeding poses have been proven over and over again as perhaps the best option for 98-percent of decoy set ups, “said Jerry McPherson, owner Montana Decoys. “It doesn’t matter what time of the year it is or what phase of the breeding season you’re in, a feeding pose is natural, and instills confidence in your set up.”

The ultra realistic HD photography on Montana Decoy’s Playmate easily puts it ahead of other whitetail decoys on the market. Up close or far away, the detail holds their attention. The simple twist-and-stake set up is a hallmark of all Montana Decoys and the new Playmate is no exception.

The Playmate stands at a full 23×41-inches set up and weights in at a mere 25oz. Meaning it will go unnoticed in your whitetail pack until you need it. Suggested retail for the Feeding Whitetail is $69.95 and will be on dealer shelves in plenty of time for fall 2010.

Visit www.montanadecoy.com or call 888-332-6998 for a full list of decoys, tips and where to find a dealer near you.

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 utilized the same twist-and-fold concept to hold open the decoy image.
Montana Decoy offers turkey, elk, whitetail, mule deer, antelope and predator options along with a Moo Cow confidence decoy. All share the same ease of use, light weight and ultra realistic HD photography.

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Media Contact: CJ Davis cjdavis@chevalier-adv.com

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