Deadly Decoys

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Deadly Decoys

Postby blhunter3 » Thu Feb 19, 2009 3:49 pm

Does anyone have any experience with using deadly decoys for mallard hunting?

I want to hear the good and the bad.
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Re: Deadly Decoys

Postby blhunter3 » Thu Mar 12, 2009 12:45 pm

No one use's them?
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Re: Deadly Decoys

Postby The Canuck Kid » Thu Mar 12, 2009 12:57 pm

never heard if em
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Re: Deadly Decoys

Postby illinoisduckboy15 » Thu Mar 19, 2009 8:10 pm

i believe they work good in most situations although we mostly used them mixed in with our Canada spread. this worked well. i dont know how they would be alone. i have never heard anything that bad. we also try to put are ducks far into the ground because the stakes are long, however we have discussed cutting them shorter. they definitely add motion which is a plus. i never used them on a calm day either which may change things but i have hunted over the deadly snows with no wind and they still look pretty good, so i guess it is up to you. also the feeder heads are a pain in the ass because they come off the decoy easily, but they dont break so a little super glue helps keep them on.
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Re: Deadly Decoys

Postby Tealer » Fri Mar 20, 2009 11:13 pm

Got some this year they are great. They look great for a silo, more detail then I thought. I run them for geese too.
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Re: Deadly Decoys

Postby WSUWESTON » Thu Apr 16, 2009 11:02 pm

Where's the cheapest place to buy these? The shipping on Ebay makes them expensive. I am looking into the geese and mallards.
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Re: Deadly Decoys

Postby SnoGeez » Thu Apr 16, 2009 11:53 pm

I've never really found a cheaper place to buy DD, except for the one time Cabelas had some snows in the bargain cave. I would just buy them straight from the website. The CS is great, UPS lost track of our shipment, so the guys from DD sent us a second shipment 3-day so we would have them for our trip. Unfortunately, the first shipment showed on time, I wish I could have afforded to buy the second. They have a really good product, a little spendy, but I think its worth it.
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Re: Deadly Decoys

Postby TEAM WEBFOOTPOSSE » Sun Apr 19, 2009 9:41 am

i like them more than fullbodys but when our ground freezes hard you will need a drill to get them in
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Re: Deadly Decoys

Postby illinoisduckboy15 » Sat Apr 25, 2009 9:39 am

macks prarie wings had some clearance sales like in january
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Re: Deadly Decoys

Postby cornfieldbill » Sat Jan 09, 2010 9:05 am

blhunter3 wrote:Does anyone have any experience with using deadly decoys for mallard hunting?

I want to hear the good and the bad.
My hunting buddy pick up 4dz at a sale the guy was asking 25 bucks for them. He call me and ask if i thought they were any good . He had never seen them i had just looked at them on the web site .I told him to buy them he gave him 20 bucks for the 4dz. Most of them were never uesd may be hot how knows. We used them this season in corn fields work good they had the old clips on them. Replace them with small rubber gas line . And glue on all the heads they are all the up right ones Like 4dz for 20 bucks what was this guy thinken :fingerhead: My butty said he had some outher duck hunting stuff there to. Just seams funny to me to sell them for that little :thumbsup: God IS GREAT BEER IS GOOD AND PEOPLE ARE WHAT :nana:
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