Lucky Duck Canada Goose Magnet Decoy
Must have for any spread
I bought these when they first came out. The geese would just come in & land in even a small spread without calling. They will be on their 11th season this fall. Only drawback is on days when wind is 30mph+, they may blow off the conduit then. I don't go hunting without them.
July 31, 2007
Needs Some Improvements
I bought this product prior to the early MO goose season and I do like it, however I think it could be improved. The bird is made of a fibrous paper that is already starting to show signs of wear and stress after only 10 days of use. A lite sprinkle of rain caused the material to develop discoloration and the flocking on the head started to flake off after the first day afield.
I do think it made my spread more appealing to the local birds that I was hunting, however I have to take very good care to store and transport it.
October 18, 2010
Not Entirely Sold
When I opened the package and took the product out, I thought, this looks/feels cheap. The body is made out of heavy paper. The heads look realistic enough though. It would be nice if the instructions said that a PVC tube or something was necessary for mounting, as well as some kind of instruction for height setting, I didn't have good luck the first time I tried them, and the only thing that changed in my set up was the magnets.
October 17, 2010
So far so good
I have only had the goose magnet out yesterday for one hunt, closing day. So far so good.. I did not see any proof they really attracted the geese, but they definatly didn't scare them away because we shot 8 geese. We were running two magnets, upwind of the landing hole
January 6, 2008