Quiver Duck Butt Drake
Constructed of closed-cell foam for realistic accuracy and durability. Quiver magnet mounted permanently in the foam. Weighted keel with anchor attachment ensures that the decoy will always remain in position and where you placed it. Requires 2AA batteries (not included).
Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by DuckHuntr Poor Quality, Good Idea I bought 2 of these, a Drake and a Hen just before this season started. The drake failed after about 5 minutes. The hen still works after a few tries with the switch. It works pretty good. It does put enough ripple action in the water to make the spread look more realistic on a still morning. You need at least two of them to do it right. November 27, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Flycaster2 Needs improving I bought two last year. The switch is not reliable and hard to get at. Not possible with glove. In fact the switch on one failed not long after I bought it. The other one leaked and failed. I only use them as static decoys now. The concept is good but the execution is a fail. Not worth the money. Just use a jerk string. September 15, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by dropemdead Great decoy This decoy is a great addition to any decoy, I received it for christmas and used it that evening, seen much better results from the water movement this decoy created. However, the on/off switch can be difficult to use.. Overall a great decoy and a good buy. January 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by woodywacker awesome this decoy made a complete difference in my duck hunting. before i bought this, my decoys were still and some of the ducks would flare off. now this decoy puts motion into my whole spread. now i get almost all the ducks right in my face. i will be getting more of these soon!!! October 24, 2009
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Details:I had bad luck with "Edge by Expedite" The motor burnt up the second time I went to use it. Kinda ruined my morning of killing ducks :(
A:Try the Energizer Lithum 's they are great. They are all I use in my cams now. They are abit pricey but you will make up the difference cause you dont have to change batteries all the time.
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A:I use the Kirkland batteries and find them to last longer than the others on teh market.
A:John72, I used Pro-grade Duracell last year and forgot to take them out at the end of the season hunt. They still worked this year for about 4 hours.
Temperature last year was mid-20's just like this year.
In cold weather, I have the best of luck with Lithium Energizers.
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