ks_waterfowler wrote:Quality over Quanity. Bought cheap decoys last year, and paint peeled off of them. Maybe these will hold up better, but all the reports I have been getting on the goose decoys lead me to believe that they use low quality paint since many people's decoys are peeling already.
Some deke factories have yet to master the art of painting without peeling. Feather Flex has a new owner and I hope they have a better idea than the old one did on paint sticking to hens like it should.
They just have to look like a duck to get the job done. Alot of natural movement is a plus. Now that many are really looking like a duck. We are the ones decoying now! Kinda reminds you of the fishing lure makers.
Cree guides still pile mud with a stick head for a goose decoy. :salude:
#1 If a falling duck's head is "held up" shoot again.
#2 If a downed duck lays still on the water with it's head "held down" straight out and you detect ANY movement across the current or not with the wind shoot again.