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What are people's experiences with these decoys? Good or bad? Looking at picking up a bunch of them to increase my spread size.
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unless you are getting a monster deal on them I wouldnt buy them, look at dakota, rogers, or ghg for FBs if you feel the need to buy fbs, if not look at some socks like deadly or sillosocks you can get 2x as much for your money.
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anything "FA" is fragile. I have 4 of their canadian goose decoys and I baby my decoys and the flocking is coming off the heads and some how one got a quarter sized holed punched in the side.
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I run way too many snow goose decoys to be running all shells or fullbodies. Though I do have around 120 quack shell decoys that I run that I picked up cheap, but too poor to put together a new spread of fullbodies and shells.
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