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So I just watched Molt Gears Goose Society 2 and he used some shadow decoys mixed in with other decoys in one of the hunts. They were pretty much silos that were black and white. I guess they have better visibility from a distance. Anyone use something like this. I have some BEAT UP shells that might get this shadow painting done to them.
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Shooting the "X" sells their own black and whites. Avalanche Decoys made without doubt, the best black and white ever for the money. Totally flocked and ran about 75 bucks a dozen-really inexpensive for the quality!
I like a darker silo deek, especially for running traffic and the b&w's work great for this. Put em on the upwind edge of the spread and the higher detailed stuff in/around the hole. They'll grab a flock's attention from waaay out.
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I use Black and Whites and they work great
. It's amazing from a disance how well they show up vs some of the lighter decoys on the market. They are also very inexpensive to build a nice size spread that you can carry in a pick-up bed or even a car if need be.
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I have about 5 dozen homemade fully flocked black and white sillo's... I'm pretty excited to throw them out this year.
Here they are... this was taken about 2 months ago, and I have most of them done now.
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