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Is it nessescary to use sleeper duck decoys? I was just wondering because i have just had a couple of them given to me.
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Don't need to use them at all but they aren't about to hurt your spread in the least. Nice layed back look on a bluebird day is how we use them.
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it gives a natural look and also a look of safety
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I dont think they are neccessary, but I think they make it more realistic.
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