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Are feeder and sleeper duck decoys really worth it to have in a spread? Do you think they make that much of a difference. Just wanted to know if it will be worth it to buy some or not.
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to me it adds more realistic and life like then having 2 dozen mallards with straight heads and that don't move....
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I have some of both in my spread. I don't know how much they work, but it gives the spread a different look.
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To me it would make the ducks feel more comfortable, so there in my spread.
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Always use them, especially in bluebird weather. Give them that laid back lazy day look.
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