Bill Briscoe: Good Job brother. You can add bigger Antenna to it and get more distance.
Canesiha Stancle: good job
nc airguner: Smart guy !!!!
newf boy: nice but did it work?
Laura Ihrig: i love the idea, gonna try it myself. But dont you think that you should try and see if you could drill a hole on the top of the tackle box and fit the sring trough there so it would not get ruined in the rain while your out there.
HUNTSMAN86 -: I am going to Wal-Mart right now to buy the stuff for it, thanks for the video. Is there anything that you have noticed on your device that you would change now if you had to go back and do it again?
Eli Blake: i made one is there anything that you can do about the noise?
Kowpoke Kev: Good job!
mortie806: here a little fact about dollar store battery's they a recycled throw away camera battery's that why they don't last long you buy them pretty much dead, but you did a great job on the decoy...
Rick Bolster: Nice job. I would of just used the duct tape.
Austin Elli: i agree, i like being self reliant to man
Brikill Thompson: I made one using a remote helicoptor body just remove the tail boom, the radio is better for distance. real good Yote getter
cranksho: Just wondering if you got any coyotes yet with the decoy. Keep us posted.
ltdantt: thanks for going through the effort of showing this, over here in africa we have remote callers but not decoys. this solves the problem. thanks again
The Backwoodsman’s Institute: Thats fine man, and i agree i just like being self reliant and building things on my own accord and what we trying to get across to our viewers is that you don't have to go and buy a name brand item, u can hunt and call and survive in the wilderness with things that may be lying around the house. but thanks for the input and like i said i agree if i was going to "buy" a decoy i would go for something like that.
ClutchFan1971: I watched all six of your videos. I agree that making something yourself does indeed give you that much more pride in your accomplishment. Some might say that you could have bought a Mojo critter for $40 dollars, but it wouldn't be your own creation.