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Has anyone tried these yet. I went to the fall festival at Mack's Prairie Wing this year. When I arrived they had both the mallard version and the goose version set up out in front of RNT around this little pond. They were so realistic to me that I had to take a second look. I just ordered some that came in this morning and cannot be happier till the day I get to use them. Our season does not open till the 25th and was just curious if any of you northern hunters have had the opportunity to try them.
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I have been using them for 3 1/2 weeks now ,look great and have lots of motion to them. But they say they won't blow off the stands in strong winds, they will. Set some of them on the ice the other morning realy looked good there. All of my hunting buddies are realy impressed with them .
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Hey could you post a link to a pic of some of these dekes you guys are talking about please?
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