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what do ya'll think about all these flocked heads? i tried some last year and didn't like em at all. they got really dirty. plus when they got wet and then froze they started to fall apart. you have any of these troubles? i took care of them, but decoys are meant to be used. a little wear and tear happens.
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bgoldhunter wrote:None of my flocked heads really gave me much trouble. Easier to brush dirt and mud off, and didn't have a problem in freezing temps. I like 'em, and use black socks to cover 'em when transporting.
When the guns go up the geese come down.
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