UmatillaJeff wrote:I have always included a few snow goose floaters in my duck hunting spread. They can be seen from a long way off and yopu never know when you might see the odd snow. Where I live snow geese are a rarity. In the Eastern half of our state they are more common. I got in the habit of using the 4 snow goose floaters over 30 years ago. call them a confidence decoy or just a decoy that can be seen from a long way off. I believe it has always been a benifit. That said, I also believe that the best duck decoy is a fewfloating Canada goose decoys nadded to your spread. We don't always have the chance at Honkers but with them as a regular part of the spread we at least have a few if some come over. Jeff
agengo02 wrote:Floating Canadas would not be realistic down here because we never really get them down here...I just would hate to flare ducks on the off chance that some geese want to work.
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