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Fellow hunting addicts,
We have all experienced the woe and misery associated with the robo pole: its too short, its a pain to haul around, it rusts and won't come apart, etc. After trying the MOJO floater, and it flipping during the first use, I set out to solve my problem...The FLOATSTAND is a new product designed to float all spinning wing decoys in almost any situation, even rough water. Its no hassle, easy to use, and disassembles to 1/4 its setup size for better transport. Check out our website at http://www.floatstand.com
and watch our YouTube video to see how well it works(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IskFgIXFO1I
). We have used these in all different types of hunts from miles offshore to potholes in fields with great success each and every time. Give it a try, you won't be disappointed.
We can make these for pennies of what you are charging for a stand. I made mine for less than $3.
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Just for the sake of curiosity on pricing for a home made stand, I am putting one together in the shop right now. I am getting close to done with the project. So far I have about $6 in it. I am wondering why the decoy stand is black? Black stands out in most water conditions and makes the stand visible. A brown, green, and grey option on stand colors would be a good idea.
When I get mine done I will put it to the test on the Columbia in ships and barge wakes, along with some heavy weather with high waves and chops and post up some pics or a video of how it works out.
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He works for free! Who's the B now?
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