Fully Flocked Full Bodies

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  1. Langford

    Langford New Member

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    I am looking to add some more Fully Flocked goose decoys to my spread. I am trying to decide between the Dakotas, GHG, and the Avians. Anyone with any of the new style decoys please share your opinions on them. Thanks
     
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    mpkowal Elite Refuge Member

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    I really like my avians,I have both the Honkers and the lessers.The lessers are very mobile and a great size decoy.
     
  3. Jeff Mulvaney

    Jeff Mulvaney New Member

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    I have been using the GHG for years and really like them. Have some bigfoots, not as big of a fan.
     
  4. don835

    don835 Elite Refuge Member

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    Dakotas and don't look back.
     
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    HONKSRWORKN Elite Refuge Member

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    Fully flocked DSD honkers if you can find them .... Probably cost a little more $ but you'll be shooting geese in your face ....
     
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    salthunter Moderator Moderator

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    Who is flocking DSDs?
     
  7. LuxuryHunter

    LuxuryHunter Senior Refuge Member Sponsor

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    We like ours...
     

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  8. Action

    Action Elite Refuge Member

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    Ok guys I wanna hear it. Why do you run FF decoys is it to prevent shine on frosty mornings as an alternate to stuffers? Also who is flocking DSD's and how well does it hold up?
     
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    theduckguru Elite Refuge Member

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    There not a dimes difference in the lot you listed. Buy what you can get the best price on.
     
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  10. jjseman

    jjseman Senior Refuge Member

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    No, the flocking actually is worse in snow and and in frost. The advantage to flocking is the absorption of light, making your decoys pop better than plain plastic. It does come at a cost in durability and can be a problem in muddy conditions keeping them clean, I just use flocked heads and tails.
     
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