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  1. backwater1

    backwater1 Elite Refuge Member Sponsor

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    Hello Guys,

    We finally received the shipment in. We are doing some inspection and installing parts. We expect the first orders to head out the door early next week for everyone to check out.

    We do have some short video clips on Facebook of them in 35mph wind, and the assembly taking place at the shop.

    We are planning on having the Canada Goose model ready middle of July. Most of our retailers will have them and we will also be at a number of shows thus summer so you can put your hands on them.

    Again I appreciate everyone's patience.

    James
     
  2. calling4life

    calling4life Elite Refuge Member

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    Put up the links to the videos in YouTube, some of us are boycotting the book of the face
     
  3. GK1

    GK1 Elite Refuge Member

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    James ,



    Do you have remaining inventory after filling orders or will you need to wait for another shipment ?
     
  4. 733SubDucker

    733SubDucker Elite Refuge Member

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    What are the dimensions of the full body Snows and Canadas? Thanks.
     
  5. backwater1

    backwater1 Elite Refuge Member Sponsor

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    We anticipate having stock but its all dependent on orders that we receive daily.

    733,

    Feeder is 33'' beak to tail 10'' tall
    Upright is 23'' beak to tail 10'' tall

    The are lifesize vs oversized or "honker" size.

    James
     
  6. wkochevar

    wkochevar Senior Refuge Member

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    James, having not seen these yet I assume the decoy comes with just a stake. is there a base available for use on frozen ground ? I am re-thinking my entire honker spread which is primarily used on hard frozen ground and I really hate drilling holes. Please advise
    Thx, Kip
     
  7. backwater1

    backwater1 Elite Refuge Member Sponsor

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    Kip,

    We are working on a ring base but they will be an "add on" because of how these are packaged. They will work with any standard ring base as long as the steel is 1/4''. You will just need to pull the stoppers off the fiberglass stakes and slide on the steel. In high winds (25mph+) the stakes work better. If you had both bases and stakes you could set up wind dependent. We hunted in SD last week with constant 25mph, gust up to 35mph and they worked perfect on the stakes.

    Best,
    James
     
  8. swampstomper

    swampstomper Refuge Member

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    Received shipping info. on mine and they,ll be here Wed.. Can,t wait to get my hands on them.
     
  9. marshmob

    marshmob Senior Refuge Member

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    Give us an update when you can !

    Thanks
     
  10. backwater1

    backwater1 Elite Refuge Member Sponsor

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    Good Morning All,


    Just to let everyone know all of the remaining orders will be shipped via UPS today. We appreciate everyone's support and please contact us at info@whiterockdecoys.com if you have any questions.


    James
     

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