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Discussion in 'G&H Decoys' started by Ambush, Oct 1, 2015.
Welcome to the Fuge! G&H best deke for the money that holds up!
Welcome to the forum and thank you for your sponsorship.
Thanks guys for your support and great products. I will use my winning with pride and post results regularly.
When I started buying my own rig 15+ years ago I bought G&H still have them, still in great shape.
Thanks for the sponsorship. Love the duck, and goose decoys I own.
G&H decoys, what a lot of great memories over the years. We used to call them "Henryetta's" and they have always been in a class by themselves. Years ago we had a bunch of decoys stolen and they took all of our Henryetta's and left the other brands. Don't have any pictures handy, but a bunch of great hunts over G&H decoys.
I have owned them for 25 plus years. Same deeks! Paint hasn't faded and they are still sucking in the pintail!
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Welcome to the Fuge,
For my money I dont think there is a better built, more durable mallard decoy on the market.There might be better looking decoys out there, but they just dont hold up to the abuse of day to day hunting.
I am pretty tough on my decoys. I seldom use a decoy bag.
We primarily boat hunt and I Texas rig all my decoys ...just dumping them into the boat when I am done hunting.
I have had my G&H for years and they still look great after all this time banging around in the bottom of the boat. Some of my oldest are 20 plus years old and still in service.
I cant say that about any of the other brands I have had over the years.
Welcome aboard and Thanks for the chance!!
Are all of the G&H decoys still made in America? I've had mine for over 10 years and they still look brand new.