Snow Goose Decoys for Sale
I have a truckload of goose shells for sale. The guy I bought them from described them as a 3 out of 10... meaning their condition... I would have to agree. These are not the best decoys, they are best thought of as a cheap spread for a snow goose hunter. Mix a few dozen rags, socks into them for more motion and you'd have a pretty good DIY spread.
The vast majority of the decoys are what I think are called Sportsman's, the two that are sitting on the ground in the photo. They have paint chips, some are cracked as you can see in the tail section of the bird in the middle, lots are missing heads.
Then there are 5 or six other varieties, such as the motion style you see in the photo sitting on a plastic stake.
Here's the breakdown.
Sportsman's - 23 dozen with heads, 4 dozen without
Other Snows - 7 dozen with heads, 1 dozen without
Canada - 1 dozen carrylite, 2 dozen higdon, the only heads with these are a soft foam head, but they do wiggle a bit in the wind.
Stakes - 1.5 dozen plastic, 2 dozen iron ring stakes.
Total decoys: 33 dozen with heads, 5 dozen without.
This is a rough number. I did set them all up and count them once, but I did not do a recount before I listed this ad. Numbers are approximate. You're looking at a little over 450 decoys. Most all of it is in decoy bags. The whole lot fills the bed of my Tundra.
I just don't have opportunity to snow goose hunt on my own any more and could use the space in my garage.