Real Geese® Magnum Lite 3D Pro Series Goose Decoys
These decoys are the best investment I have made to my decoy spread. At 20 - 30 yards they appear so life-like. I use them in conjunction with about 3 doz. shells which have motion stakes and this set up really pulls in birds. I can carry 100+ decoys in the back of a mid size pickup, no need to invest in an expensive trailer to haul decoys and blinds.
The non-reflective side of the Pro Series ensures that there is no shine, but I feel the shine factor has been blown way out of proportion. I have set these decoys up at varying times of day and have viewed them from all angles even from a ladder. Here's a simple trick that will avoid reflection on the smooth side of these decoys. When you set them up place the non-refelective side towards the sun, then when you push the stake in the ground, tilt the top edge of the smooth side of the decoy slightly toward you. This will ensure that if light does reflect off the smooth side it is directed towards the ground, not towards the birds in the air. Setting them up a slight angle does not affect their orientation and negates any shine. No need to buy the more expensive Pro Series II or full bodies. Save your money.
June 9, 2010
Best decoy on the market!!!
The Real Geese Pro Series is by far the best decoy out there. The number one reason is the fact that you will not have any frost form on them like the full bodies which is a main cause of flaring geese. They also do not take up a lot of room when stored and easy to carry to and from your hunts. My harvest of geese tripled in numbers by using less full bodies and more of these silo's. I will eventually phase all of my full bodies out. Make sure you get the Pro Series (one finished side) or the Pro Series 2 (both sides are finished).
May 30, 2009
I bought these decoys because I was really wanted to learn how to decoy hunt, My first time out no longer than one hour I had a flock of gesse come in and I had not even called, and the gesse and came down and I left with three geese and I left yearly enough to go home and still have pancakes with my son
March 5, 2009