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I haven't found a thread on them and only a few reviews. However I went into my local shop to grab some wind duk decoys and 3 guys, seperately, told me " all I need is this wind whacker". It is almost the same price as the wind duk decoys, $54.99 and once I hunt with one of these I will never look back. The other 2 guys basically said the same thing be a use I was YouTube and googling the wind whacker and they told me, don't waste your battery, just buy it. Trust me.
Well I bought it but I am wondering what's y'all's opinion. Here is the YouTube link. Let me know. I KEPT THE RECEIPT and still bought 2 wind duk. $176 later lol http://youtu.be/XQ--20RGya0
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well I got a wind whacker last year and it work good for me
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I've hunted over my wind whacker this season, I got the 2 blade duck version. no complaints.
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These work really well. They can be made fairly easily too. The geese don't like them though. I have used in the rice and when the geese start showing your better off pulling them.
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