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Was just wondering in everyones own opinion would it work to decoy big atlantic honkers with some lesser Canadian geese decoys, only flaw I see would be the necks and over all size anyone think it wouldn't work and they would just stay away or flare ?
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Works just fine.
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If my huge super mag shells work with regular sized big foots then I think anything will work. These shells are big enough to hide under.
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I use 3 dozen of the huge 42 inch shells as my "funnel". Oh occasion, we hunt under 3 of them that pivot up on the chair with the bungee that holds the deke up when we pop up to shoot. Quite deadly and reasonably comfortable. They've been around a long time.
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Lessers work just fine for all species of canadas. Its all about numbers and decoy placement.
Why do I shoot 3.5" for geese? Because they don't make a 4" yet!
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