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  1. Hunter ivy

    Hunter ivy Refuge Member

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    What kind of decoys you using
     
  2. KID CREOLE

    KID CREOLE Elite Refuge Member

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    Most of the dekes you see in the pics are from the Decoy Factory in Ne
     
  3. ArmChair Biologist

    ArmChair Biologist Senior Refuge Member

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    Kid Creole- How do you like those fullbodys? I've been looking at those for awhile. The price is definitely right and I like the look. How do you think they would hold up if they were transported in a trailer and moved around 10 times a year?
     
  4. KID CREOLE

    KID CREOLE Elite Refuge Member

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    We love them but they only go out once a year. If I were going to use them in a mobile spread I would get 12 slot bags

    We own 600 of them, we have had two heads cracked do to falling birds. The decoys are painted with Behr latex house paint
     
  5. ArmChair Biologist

    ArmChair Biologist Senior Refuge Member

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    Well I don't care that much if they get banged up a little. I don't like to bag decoys. Would they get destroyed without bags or would they just get nicked up a little? I'm completely content with some scuffs or scratches, I just don't want them to break (besides a random head here and there).
     
  6. KID CREOLE

    KID CREOLE Elite Refuge Member

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    We store them in seed bags and we believe they travel fine like that. Since they use a H frame stake, you might need to customize a single stake for easier placement
     

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