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WATCH: Andy Crow’s top tips for decoying pigeons

PUBLISHED: 16:09 15 June 2018 | UPDATED: 10:45 19 June 2018

Andy Crow does love a good decoy!

Andy Crow does love a good decoy!

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Legendary pigeon shooter Andy Crow gives us his top tips for laying out the perfect pigeon decoy pattern in this ‘how to’ video from his new pigen shooting series

Keep your pigeon decoys clean and in tip top condition for the best resultsKeep your pigeon decoys clean and in tip top condition for the best results

If you want to lure the pigeons within shooting range and get more of them in the bag, you will need a convincing, realistic and well-set decoy pattern. In this video, Andy Crow gives us his top dos and don’ts to bear in mind when setting up your decoy pattern. If you want to learn top pigeon shooting tips from an expert pigeon shooter, you’ve come to the right place!

With a well set decoy pattern your pigeon shooting has every chance of successWith a well set decoy pattern your pigeon shooting has every chance of success

Pigeon decoys should be kept clean and in good repair for maximum effectiveness Pigeon decoys should be kept clean and in good repair for maximum effectiveness

This series has been made in association with UK Shootwarehouse, which provides a wide array of pigeon shooting kit including decoys, flappers, hide building equipment, cradles and camo nets – it is one of Andy Crow’s choice suppliers for part of his extensive pigeon shooting arsenal. UK Shootwarehouse also sells a huge range of clothing, accessories, wildfowling decoys and equipment, optics and gundog equipment.

WATCH “How to build the perfect hedgerow hide” with Andy Crow here

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