Foxpro Black Jack Decoy

Priced: $49.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Foxpro Black Jack Decoy -
A packable, stand-alone electronic decoy, the FOXPRO Black Jack Electronic Predator Decoy gives you the action you need at a price you'll love! Topped with FOXPRO's Jack Topper, the Black Jack offers unrivaled action wherever you want it to pull wary predators in. Alternating direction of spinning motion simulate a distressed animal, helping convince a varmint they are closing in on an injured, panicking critter. Portable design makes it easy to switch locations. Works remotely with most FOXPRO remote digital game calls. Decoy comes with decoy unit, Jack topper, and metal ground stake. Stake inserts into metal insert reinforced with heavy duty ribs for added stability. Runs for more than 100 hours on four AA batteries (not included).
Manufacturer model #: BJ1.
Cabelas
Unrivaled action at an affordable price. Connect this motorized predator decoy to your FOXPRO digital game call. Using your call’s auxiliary button, start and stop every twitch and shake. Includes metal stake, decoy, ribs and insert. Most older and all current FOXPRO remote models are compatible with the Black Jack Decoy. Uses four AA batteries and a 3.5mm patch cable (not included).
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Foxpro Black Jack Decoy Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

A lot of fun!

Brings the dogs running. Looks great. I wish it had an "intensity control", so I could control how fast or hard it spins, but overall, it runs REALLY nicely. I use it with a FoxPro Spitfire E-caller, great combo for drawing dogs in without drawing their attention to my set position. The motor is quieter than most units, but ultimately, motors make noise. I usually turn mine off once a coyote spots it, then let the wind blow the tail around to keep them interested, or I'll start and stop it (remotely) so it moves a little to keep their interest, but not enough to let the sound give away the illusion.
Varminterror at Cabelas on 01/09/2012

Good Decoy

Works well, but would recommend decoy that mounts to caller. Wire from caller to decoy can be an issue.
Elk101 at Cabelas on 01/22/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Buyer beware

This decoy works great and looks good as well. However, you must read the fine print that you have to have an additional cord to connect this to your caller. So after spending over $500 on a caller and decoy I now need to go out and spend more to buy a cord just so they can work together. Must admit I am a little dissapointed!
ElToroLoco at Cabelas on 11/03/2011

OK

It is ok but not quiet what I expeted. Motor a little loud and not a whole lot of motion in the decoy. I will be looking for another decoy to compliment this one.
62250 at Cabelas on 12/27/2012