Throw Back wrote:I notice everyone seems to have a variety of different decoys; full bodies, shells, silhouettes, etc. Even people who say shells aren't "real" enough seem to have them. So if silouettes are cheaper and work as some people say "just as good" and that they simulate movement, why use anything else. or if they don't, why not just save the money and get full bodies.
I want to buy some decoys for hunting and it just seems so hard what to choose. I wont be buyin for a little while as I am 100% broke. But what would you recommend for someone with only a up to three hundered dollars? A good pack of realistic full bodies like BF's? Two and a half dozen silo's for numbers? Shellss to split the difference? How do you decide what youre getting next?
cut_un wrote:I have to agree with your thoughts.... I too used full bodies, shells for a little movenemnt,even a few lessers to mix em up a BIT. all til I started running silos! Found out the 2 d decoys will work! Now, after a year of testing an "all silo spread". it's all I'm using this year, depending on weather, fields and birds.. I have 7 doz and not afraid to use any/all of em!! Love em and so much easier to transport & set up!
Illini40 wrote:I don't mean to thread jack, but I'm very intrigued by all of the comments on silos.
Any more insight in running silos with a few full bodies mixed in? I have some shells, a half dozen full bodies and I'm really considering greeting a couple dozen silos for this year.
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