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#5609564 - 02/20/15 08:01 AM decoys
BRYCE Offline

Registered: 05/20/11
Posts: 124
Loc: Houston, TX
I have to foam cheapos and they work ok but, I want something that holds their shape so I can get set up quick. I don't have much time when I get a response from my call since they come in real quick. Can anyone recommend some decoys that aren't $100 per that are good? No gobblers though. The ones they sell in the stores here are so dang big they'll scare off my smaller Rios. Thanks.

#5610242 - 02/20/15 02:15 PM Re: decoys [Re: BRYCE]
Scoop Offline

Registered: 01/13/09
Posts: 1950
Loc: North of San Antonio
Unfortunately its a bit of a trade off with the decoys I have used. I have some very realistic decoys that are not collapsable, but not ideal for running and gunning, too heavy and bulky. And they are not cheap either. I did take some of my cheap foam collapsables and stuff them with plastic grocery bags which added very little weight, but kept them from looking all dented in when setting up quick. Still have the bulk issue though.

Maybe someone else has a better off the shelf option...

#5610620 - 02/20/15 06:28 PM Re: decoys [Re: BRYCE]
kmon1 Online   content

Registered: 09/27/06
Posts: 20041
Loc: Texas
The inflatables work and are plenty realistic, only problem is so many thorns and stickers in Rios range they nust do not last very long
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