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Am in the process of re doing my gear room and am looking for ideas for off season decoy storage ideas. Space is limited and with my reloading bench, gun safe, fly tying bench and fishing gear all inhabiting one room, decoys are a real pain. Need to store about 6-7 doz ducks and about 1 and 1/2 geese floaters. Pretty much all are working dekes so displaying them isn't of the utmost importance. What have you guys done? My old system of piling bags in a corner just isn't cutting it anymore.
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hang them. out of sight out of mind
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I hang about 2 doz and have a big blue tub 4ft x 2 ft x2ft that I take the weights off and gently place them in there with a twin bed sheet between layers and I can fit about 2 doz mallards with 2 doz teal in there then stack it on the shelves.
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Clean 'em, check the rigging, put 'em in mesh bags, hang the bags in the shed. I do it every February.
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