Great decoys that look great, and are very durable. BUT there are some much better options out there for somebody on a budget.
I started out like you a few years ago, at age 15/16 buying a few decoys here and there when I could afford it, I've built up my spread a good bit from then. I now own Dakota duck and goose decoys, and LOVE them! But I still have the same GHG lifesize series mallards, pintails, wegions, teal, gadwals, and a few others that I've got over the years. I've learned the hard way to spend a little bit more up front for a good product and it'll last much longer and be cheaper in the end as long as you take care of your stuff. check for sales in local stores that stock GHG decoys and watch for sales and you can have some good decoys at a fair price. You can get 2 doz or more GHG decoy's for the same price. and you should be able to get the Dakota floaters for about $130/135 if you shop around and decide to go that route.
NRA and DU member, are you? if not you should be!
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