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  1. Woodduck31

    Woodduck31 Elite Refuge Member

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    I'm about to change our company name to cranes r us. We are full force into our crane decoy orders for the year with no end in sight. These are all detachable head burlapped foamers that are fully flocked.

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  2. illini36

    illini36 Elite Refuge Member

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    :clap Unreal sir. I really wish California would open a season here. It's painful watching them do fly-bys at 20 yards!
     
  3. Talleyquacker

    Talleyquacker Elite Refuge Member

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  4. Waterfowl fool

    Waterfowl fool Elite Refuge Member

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    That picture you took Don looks like any golf course down here.....lol !
     
  5. Clayton

    Clayton Moderator Moderator

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    Great job on the white-fronts I got from you. Those cranes would make cool yard ornaments also. I bet you could sell a ton of pink flamingos in Florida.
     
  6. canman omaddie

    canman omaddie Senior Refuge Member

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    Wow!!!
     
  7. kc outdoorsman

    kc outdoorsman Elite Refuge Member

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  8. Greybeard

    Greybeard Elite Refuge Member

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    ....a few of those Red "Topnots" they wear. Got a buddy that could make some
    ***kicking Trout and Bass Flys outta them!
     
  9. schlag

    schlag Senior Refuge Member

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    (....a few of those Red "Topnots" they wear. Got a buddy that could make some
    ***kicking Trout and Bass Flys outta them!)
    The red on their head is not really feathers. It is more like a red skin like on a Rooster. I always thought it was red carpet of feathers until we started shooting them. Shooting them is like shooting flying dinosaurs.
     
  10. drakebob01

    drakebob01 Elite Refuge Member

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    They look awesome! I am jacked about the crane tag I drew! about a 100 are coming into the fields at night! Gotta love the lawn chairs falling from the sky!!!
     

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