I've heard several people talk about bowhunting antelope w/ a decoy and they talk like it's the coolest thing they've ever done. The only antelope I've ever shot was with a bow and from a blind set up by a water hole. Last week I had conversation with a kid that told me in detail all about a buck he shot last fall using a decoy and it did sound like a lot of fun. So, I think I'm gonna try it next season. I'm the sort that likes to prepare ahead, so I'm asking for anybody with experience at this tactic to pass on any advice you might have about set up, strategy, calling, practicing, pitfalls to avoid, or if you just want to share a story with the rest of us.