Slack Tide wrote:If it looks like a really hard, thick, solid plastic that would seem to shatter if you smashed it, then it's a Herters.
BUT- Herters were always conspicuously marked...
It also could be a Vector Animal Trap, but I didn't know they made Geese
dakotashooter2 wrote:Those look like junk.... I think you better send them to me................
BGipson wrote:I've got 21 of those (mine are Canadas). I also have some Herters floaters that are nearly identical in build and material but the FB's are not marked. I assume they are Herter's though. I'd recommend you get fiberglass rods to use as stakes since that has worked well for me. Wood dowel is an ok option if you hunt in ground that isn't too hard
redsled600 wrote:You got a great deal btw I sold my 12 for $160 no problem
noweil wrote:Those are Herters full bodies. I still own some. I used to live just down the road from Herters when they were in Beaver Dam, WI. I used to buy those bodies, heads, and feet out of the discount bin.
Rick Hall wrote:Big Foot made their first, short-lived (IE: one batch) run of specks in the '90s, but that's not them.
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