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Discussion in 'Snow Goose Hunting Forum' started by cripple, Feb 22, 2017.
These. Doubtful he is talking about WR collapsible.
GK1, you are probably right. Never heard of feathertek decoys before your post . Seems like everybody and their brother has a windsock decoy for sale nowadays. .......
Container load from china ( many manufactures there make windsocks) they will duplicate anyones decoy or custom make. Easy to become a decoy factory with a little internet knowledge and $20,000. In one good season change $20,000 to $100,000. Mr Trump may change this.
I did mean feathertek, sorry about that.
When I googled them I found some called FLEX-LITE life size decoys. They are just like those final approach dekes they were selling out last year. A friend had some of the final approach collapsible decoys and they were fine when it was warm but not so good in the cold mornings.
Back on topic...I've had good luck with my skyfly decoys. Last season they were only out a few days but this season they were left out about 2 weeks.
Edit. I think I only had a couple dz last season and then added more during the off season so most of them only saw this season. But like I said they were left out for about two weeks. No problems.
Can anyone help me on hiding in a non grassy field it's mainly mud I will only have 12 fullbody snows 12 shell specks and 12 shell snows bc all the geese I killed today I had to pick them out of the groups of specks that was coming in
Simply roll around in the mud and cover yourself in it and then layout in your decoys......you will blend in perfectly.Oh and get rid of one decoy of the each type....never hunt with even numbered decoys....it doesn't work
Haha are you being serious or just joking I have a white chemical suit