2500hdon37s wrote:fowl mouth wrote:only problem I have had is the flocking on the heads is super fragile. Comes off with ease. They are pretty heavy too for the guys who like to keep the weight down.
odd, I've found Dakota's flocking to be MUCH more durable than any other brands' flocking.
my dakota ducks and geese still have perfect flocking, while my GHG, redhead, and Final approach dcoy all have some flocking chipped, pealed, and rubbed off. and when I hunt my decoys I usually use them all at together. so its not like they get used less or more.
I would agree 100% with 2500.