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Looking for the best place to buy some G&H diver decoys. Live in Alabama, so online is preferred. Bluebills, reds and cans wanted.
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jaysweet3 wrote:Looks a little small.
Dat's what She said....
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x2 if you're buying online
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Knutson's is a good place. Also check for sales at cabelas which seems to be the only other major retailer that carries them that I am aware. G&H sells direct and does hold sales. I purchased G&H redheads and bluebills about 12-14 years ago; they are great and hold up well, looking like I will have to do the first touch up paint work this off season on them.
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mdycrk wrote:Looking for the best place to buy some G&H diver decoys. Live in Alabama, so online is preferred. Bluebills, reds and cans wanted.
You can buy them directly from G+H Decoy.com. Or if you are lucky you can find them with free shipping elsewhere.
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