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Has anyone tried out the White Rock Decoy company wind socks. Was thinking about picking up some and wanted to know ho people felt they were as opposed to the other brands of wind socks.
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Haven't used them but, was thinking about picking some up to try. Watch the video on their website if you haven't already. They look pretty slick. The back bones fold down flat so you can stack them in a rubbermaid tub versus having to buy a specialty bag or carrier. The only drawback I can see is that if your hunting in muddy conditions it could be kinda messy. but, that's pretty much conservation season in a nut shell. If you aren't already check out huntingsnows.com or snowgoosecentral.com both have more snowgoose info than duck chat and I'm sure there are a ton of guys on there running white rocks.
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They've had some issues with assembly directions, but I think they are another solid decoy choice for us hunters. They seem to work hard at constantly improving their product line. We are going to try some out this spring.
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Best sock decoys on the market by far. We run 1200 (and counting, ha!)
Just got some with the new 3-d heads and they are pretty sweet with the collapsible support. They came with different push-nuts that I assume is taking care of the assembly issues that some guys were having.
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