KAhunter wrote:You cant go wrong with plastiduk decoys. they are some of the best quality and are foam filled. You can shoot them all up and they wont ever sink. Downside they weigh alot and are expensive, from 18 to 30 bucks a pop. I am looking for 2 dozen new geese and was looking at those but I think It would be way too much weight. We have mallards, pintail, and black ducks that are more than 15 years old from plastiduk that look great still and we still hunt to this day. You cant go wrong with g&h, but they arent foam filled, so if that is what you are looking for, i would sya look at plastiduk. The oversized g&h divers are some of the nicest diver decoys out there. 3 or 4 dozen oversized g&h and 3 dozen plus geese and you have a diver killing machine.
I always use the cheapest thing I can find. I'll tie two together.If one gets shot the other will keep it from sinking. then drill hole out and fill with min expanding foam.
canmannc wrote:layoutchase wrote:Mine work good...
Wow!!!! You mustbe a really awesome duck hunter because your coys are so wooden!!! A true SALTER PATHER!!
m.teeter wrote:If you want a good summer time project carve some of your own foamers. I started last year, and though they don't look nearly as good as some of the guys on here, it is very rewarding when you fool a flock and shoot a few over something you created.
m.teeter wrote:I have been buying underlayment foam from lowes but Home Depot carries the insulation board foam which is a lot denser and makes a better decoy. Here lately I have been using dock foam that floated off during all the rain we had recently. It's the best since its free.
decoycarver0205 wrote:is that a charles holloman bird?
decoycarver0205 wrote:got yourself somethin there
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