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What do you guys think of Sport Duck decoys from cabellas? They look great in the photos but ya know how that works...anyone have any expierience with them at all? just bought a dozen at $59. and was just wondering if it's worth the money? well anything right now will help my spread cause all I own is two corks that have been shot a dozen times and a pair of mallards from God only knows...
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they will work good for starters, but if you want quality and lasting decoys use g&h.
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donell67 wrote:they will work good for starters, but if you want quality and lasting decoys use g&h.
Couldn't agree more. G&H are what we use now. I have hunted over some that are 20 years old and still look good. Have some that are 5 years old and after you get the dirt off look new. I'll take G&H over all others.
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I was wondering about the Cabela's Sport Decoys. Does the vaccum bottom on these things seem to work? Or is it all bs?
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I've heard that they arn't very durable paint wise. If you can't spend money on G&H go with GreenHeadGear. Best decoy for the money. Otherwise go with G&H.
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