I do but cannot post them yet. I can tell you however the system comes on sections that are evenly spaced out for your decoys so if you have a 12ft trailer that's 7ft tall you can purchase a 10ft section that will hold 10 decoys on it with 3-4 rows depending on how much space you want between the rows. They will be staggered so the heads of the decoys fit between each other and I am also currently working on a similar ceiling mount which is low profile for when the decoys are not in it. Thanks for the question though! Keep updated and I will have pictures soon.platinumwindow99 wrote:Do you have pics of the system i would like to look at it ..... thanks Don
Slack Tide wrote:BF"s are great deeks but are a serious pain in the butt. I'm sure you guys also collect your deeks in your arms with three or four on each arm, then carry them back to your pit, trailer, truck. That's unavoidable and THAT is where you do your damage. I would think way more than neatly stacking them in a trailer or shed.
I can't see myself putting a sock on every head, or each one in a bag.
What they SHOULD do, is figure a economical way to be able to send you birds back in to be reconditioned. We are pretty good to our gear and we have all kinds or wear issues....
tenfingergrip wrote:Here's an idea for you DieHard, since you already have your patented storage racks to go in the trailer. Devise/design some wheels to fit on the rack, some removable wheels, and a removable pull handle, so you can pull out a rack, pull it out into the field with the decoys on it, set the decoys, and put the racks back into the trailer. After the hunt, pull out the empty rack(s), attach the removable wheels and pull handle, pull out into the field, load up the racks, pull back and load the whole rack(s) with dekes into the trailer. What's wrong with that idea to save walking, time, and wear & tear on the dekes? Will it work? How 'bout it goose hunters?
Slack Tide wrote:I stop at the 7-11 before hand and pick up a few day laborers...I give them coffee and doughnuts and camo hats. They hide in the hedge and retrieve for me, then they pick up and store all the deeks and I pay them in meat...
DieHard Outdoors wrote:Been working on this for a few months now, finally got it patented. I know a lot of guys who use Big Foot Canada decoys because of their easy placement from the trailer to the field. The problem I found was that they're pretty pricey and wear down the paint and head/body flocking. Even though a lot of guys say their the "toughest decoys out there" while that may be true the paint still continues to rub onto other decoys and gradually wears off. Another problem is the flocking, they have no come out with a sock basically that covers up the head but it's a pain in the butt to take off and put on after every single hunt. My idea is to mass-produce my invention so that you're decoys will be able to stay apart and not rub off on each other but still maintain a very simple setup so it won't take much time to take them off the system and put them back off once the hunt is over with. I would like to go into more detail but at this time I cannot due to legal issues thus far. But please feel free to critique my idea, share your problems with the decoys and storage, tell me if you would purchase this item (once available) to keep your decoys in top condition, etc. Thank you for reading and continue to have a wonderful season!
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