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how are the GHG feild shells i just ordered some and im hoping that they are good the paint and the durability and do they bring ducks down
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i use some look good and are just as effective as fullbodys except they dont move as much
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We set out a doz. on the edge of the ice on a hole we made. They not only looked good to us, but judging from the results the ducks loved them. A buddy of mine added rigid foam bottoms. He cut a hole in the foam so the motion stake can still be utilized when field hunting but now can also use them as floaters. They really scoot around with the slightest breeze. They look as good on the water as they do in the field.
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I purchased a dozen of these and placed them on the outside of my goose and duck spreads. They can easily be converted to water decoys by putting foam board on thier underside. I have had great sucess with these decoys. I do baby them, but they have taken good care of me!
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I have three dozen feeder black ducks and two dozen active mallards with flocked heads. Works awesome!
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We went back to G&H mallard shells. Just didn't like the GHG shells as much as we like the duck fullbodies.
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