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Discussion in 'Decoy Forum' started by Hoyt0823, Feb 18, 2018.
Was curious what works best for you guys wish zink would make one!!
I bought the Rogers mid-size goose bags. Good quality and fairly inexpensive.
Are you wanting bags for floater duck decoys, or floating bags for duck decoys??
Zink does make bags and they suck.
Bags for floater duck decoys was just curious to see what others have found to work the best I'm more then likely going to go with Rogers but can't hurt to get other options or opinions
Any Slotted bag or standard decoy bag would work. There is no crazy size or dimensions of an Avian X floater that would prohibit it from not fitting in a regular decoy bag. Not sure if I am following your question?
I got a 6 slot bag when I ordered lesser decoys and have some that came with full body ducks. They are super cheaply made and don't even feel like cordura which is what most other companies make their bags out of. I wouldn't spend money on theirs but got these ones for free. I would either get rogers bags or if I wanted something a little nicer bags by Diane.
I tend to buy decoy bags that are on sale for $9.99......can hardly let them go by. Consequently, I have about 20 of them (some never opened) in my decoy shed. I never use more than about four at one time, which means I have too damn many decoy bags.
The point of all this is: just buy the cheapest bags you can find. You're going to lose them/tear them up eventually, anyway. That's what works best for me.
All my avian floaters stay in plastic totes, I hunt out of my boat and one tote will hold roughly 2doz decoys