Goose floater heads

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  1. Trophyduck

    Trophyduck Elite Refuge Member

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    Can one get replacement heads? I have some old goose floaters that still look GREAT buy the heads are real thin/fragile where it is connected
     
  2. Ambush

    Ambush Refuge Member Sponsor

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    We keep rester heads for the old goose floaters. $7.95 a head. $30 minimum.

    Call Ward at 1-800-443-3269
     
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    Trophyduck Elite Refuge Member

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    EWUEagles Senior Refuge Member

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    If the heads are still in usable shape just glue them in place. That's what I did with my old G&h goose decoys.
     
  5. Trophyduck

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    I thought of that....but I didn't think the glue would hold well on the plastic......Did you use anything special? I was even thinking to fill the heads with foam for added strength
     
  6. EWUEagles

    EWUEagles Senior Refuge Member

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    I just used whatever super glue I had laying around the house. Four season and not one has came off. The only downfall is that now the heads don't rotate but at least the don't fall off in the lake anymore haha.


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