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Juvie dekes or ?

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  1. portahunter

    portahunter Elite Refuge Member

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    Looking at picking up another 10dz windsocks. Debating between 10dz juvie skyfly's or 10dz whiterock snows. Already have 60 dozen headless whiterock snows/blues and 5 dozen sentries. Just wondering if the juvie dekes would improve the performance of the spread or just improve the aesthetics. Thinking of picking up 5dz more sentries later but that's be as big as my spread gets. All opinions are welcomed.
     
  2. Hunter ivy

    Hunter ivy Refuge Member

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    I think I would go with deadly or skyflys maybe 5 dz juvies
     
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  4. Hunter ivy

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    GK1 Elite Refuge Member

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    White kills.
     
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  6. KID CREOLE

    KID CREOLE Elite Refuge Member

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    Bright white decoys
     
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  7. Hunter ivy

    Hunter ivy Refuge Member

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    Man I counted all of my silosocks and I only have 200
     
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    negooseman Senior Refuge Member

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    As bad as the collars are on my whiterocks, I wouldn't buy any more.
     
  9. Hunter ivy

    Hunter ivy Refuge Member

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    What decoys would you recommend
     
  10. marsh man dan

    marsh man dan Elite Refuge Member

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    Personally if you already have a brand you like I would stick with them as they all seem to have there own way of storing that best fits each brand
     

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