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looking for new decoys just wondering what kind u guys use or what is the best in market these days
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G&H there is no substitute
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- Location: Ofallon mo
g&h the best plastic deke. dont let anyone tell you otherwise.
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G&H all the way. Tried some GHG out this year and the paint on almost all of them is coming off. I wish I would've just spent the extra $ and got all G&H.
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i pack 5 dozen g&h , most are 6 years old ...they still look great, these deks dont just lay around ...i hunt 20 plus days per year ...g & h are the real deal.........dont forget to mix up what you buy i.e....get some mallards, pintails, widgon , teal .........jmike
dont shoot till there feet are down
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im for GHG all the way great goose full bodies and shells. and there duck decoys are great and durable. and for good mallard decoys go with there hot buys for only 25.00 and they have weighted keels.
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