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Discussion in 'G&H Decoys' started by Ambush, Oct 1, 2015.

  1. Ambush

    Ambush Refuge Member Sponsor

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    Hello, fellow Refuge members! My name is Ward and I am a customer service representative for G&H DECOYS!

    I am here to answer any and all questions concerning our products; listen to any concerns you have. If you are unfamiliar with our company, let me introduce us a bit more. G&H DECOYS has been producing quality waterfowl decoys since 1934 right in the heart of America; Henryetta, Oklahoma! We are known for our paint adhesion and strong structure. In other words, you won't have your decoy peeling paint out of the box or sinking the first season! We have G&H's that have been handed down generations!

    To get the ball rolling, let's hear from those who've bought G&H in the past and have had some of them for years! Give us a quick howdy and maybe a bit about your history with G&H!
     
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  2. Chicken

    Chicken Elite Refuge Member

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    Ive been using G&H decoys for twenty years and will always use G&H decoys. The best there is!
     
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  3. Wolfpack002

    Wolfpack002 Refuge Member

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    Welcome to the forums! I look foreward to learning more about your products and investing into some!
     
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  4. luvtwohunt

    luvtwohunt Senior Refuge Member

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    First decoys I bought about 30 years ago and guess what..... the paints still on them. Great product that last!
     
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  5. Centurion78

    Centurion78 New Member

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    36 duck seasons. G&H decoys are all I have ever owned. Thanks G&H.

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    dux/24 7 Elite Refuge Member

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    Thanks for the sponsorship. Helps keep this sight going. Love the goose shells I own.
     
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  7. spaightlabs

    spaightlabs Elite Refuge Member

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    First goose decoys I owned were Henryettans. Never knew where the name came from til I saw where y'all are from in this post.

    My first duck hunt in Colorado was 20 years ago, over a dozen borrowed G&H mallards. Still hunting over them - every time I asked the guy if he wanted them back, he said he'd get them later. He hasn't duck hunted in 20 years, but his decoys have!
     
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  8. smashdn

    smashdn Elite Refuge Member

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    Haven't been at it anywhere near 36 yards but I have been more than happy to buy guys G&H decoys when they "upgrade." Joke's on them.

    I clean them up a bit and go kill ducks over them.
     
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  9. dukdawg999

    dukdawg999 Elite Refuge Member

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    I started with Henryettans that I bought at a yard sale,. then saved all my money to buy my first dozen G&H duck decoys. This was back in 1987. That is pretty much all I have owned. I love the decoys, they look good and ride great on the water.
     
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  10. Zehyani

    Zehyani Senior Refuge Member

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    do you still make super mag mallard decoys? I like the ones I have but want a few more
     
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