drope zones?

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drope zones?

Postby joemc » Thu Dec 12, 2013 9:33 pm

I just sall these decoys and they look realy good but the price was like 1oo dollars for one decoy, I was just trying to get your thoughts on drop zone goose decoys? :huh:
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Re: drope zones?

Postby TheMiz » Fri Dec 13, 2013 11:34 am

WOW, those are expensive!
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Re: drope zones?

Postby Professor Chaos » Sun Feb 09, 2014 2:30 pm

DropZones are great decoys. I hunt over DZs and Dave Smiths. Both have their own benefits.
What i really like about the dropzones is the paint and the textured surface. They dont shine. Even in the northwest where we get squalls to pass through between sunbreaks, the ridged surface does a great job of killing the glare from the decoys. My DSDs have trouble with that.
Biggest draw back is size and shape. The bases mean you almost have to hunt out of a trailer. I have mine in an Avery 6 slot honker bag, but it is very big and unwieldy.

I also kill most of my honkers over my DZs and never put out more than 8 decoys.
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