I went to the sportsman show today. There was a predetor hunting seminar. He went over what most of us know already about yotes. Noise, scent (wind) and cover. One take away was using a feather tied to a stick as a noiseless decoy. Let the wind move it.

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I went to the sportsman show today. There was a predetor hunting seminar. He went over what most of us know already about yotes. Noise, scent (wind) and cover. One take away was using a feather tied to a stick as a noiseless decoy. Let the wind move it. Worst a try I think. No batteries to worry about.

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yea it works also works for bob cats too

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They say just a pheasant wing or a few feathers and just lay them out on the ground

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I’ve done the feather trick for years. Use an old arrow pushed in the ground at an angle then the lightest weight fishing line with a swivel tied on one end. Tie string to top of arrow, hook swivel in the feather and you’re good to go. It’s cheap and it works well

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I’ve used a feather on the top limb of my bow for windage while out archery. Didn’t think about it for yotes, but I’m new to predetor hunting.

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Make sure it’s legal in your state to use any feathers. I just use some light weight fabric and fishing line.

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