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Discussion in 'G&H Decoys' started by Ambush, Oct 1, 2015.
I love my G&H decoys! I mainly hunt over a gadwall, teal, and pintail spread.
Welcome to the forum. Been using G&H decoys for 25 years. Looking to add some new ones to the spread. Been using old ones, 20+ yr old decoys, for dog training pond year round. Your decoys hold up and last.
Now , those look like well used decoys! I doubt many would hold up to the wear and tear you put them through. We don't expect you to baby them. We make decoys for real hunters who need decoys that can take a beating!
Thanks for being a sponsor on the site.
G&H have stood the test of time. Good to see a company from the good ol USA still going strong. We need more like you.
Thanks for being a sponsor G&H... In my opinion they are the best and most durable decoys around. I got my first G&H in the early 90's and have stuck with them ever since because of their durability
Great decoys made right here in Ok. Welcome aboard the fuge. I've hunted over a set of these for years. Tough decoys.
Thanks for the chance. The first dozen duck decoys I bought were G&H exactly 20 years ago and they are still in use today.
First G&H I owned I found abandoned in a falling down blind. Sure, he had a few BB holes in him, but I patched him up just fine, and soon bought many more G&H decoys to accompany him!
Love my G&H grey duck decoys. Thanks for being a sponsor.
I have G&H Goose floaters since the 90's , have never baby'd them and they still look great. Tuff decoys and paints 100% good, not a flake anywhere.
Duck decoys too. Thanks G&H! With the price of decoys these days, my G&Hers are money in the bank. Or should I say my money for replacements every X years , necessary with other manufacturer's decoys, stays in the bank.