RedHead 12-Slot Duck Decoy Bag
Bought two of these decoy bags! They are awesome and very tough! I would recommend them to anyone!!
December 10, 2014
Bought two of these bags to make the long haul to one of my spots easier.
Down side: They carry pretty off balance while using the shoulder strap.
For what you get the price seems high.
I think for the price it should have a flip over flap to secure the decoys inside, made of the same material, with some plastic clips to secure the flap.
Plus: Bag is great for in boat decoy storage.
MUCH better than laundry bag style.
Protects your expensive decoys well.
Found that I can fit two regular size ducks, keel to keel in each spot.
Back to my long haul spot. I was actually able to float these bags well in waist deep water for over 500 yards.
Overall: Pretty good. Works. Does the job.
November 7, 2014
Purchased the bag for my long line decoys. Holds 6 Herters magnum foam decoys and 6 standard decoys perfectly. No more bouncing around in a standard mesh bag. Seams look solid. Bag is easy to carry
January 22, 2013
Extra Frills = Extra Price
I purchased two of these bags to haul decoys on long walks to and from my hunting spots on Maryland's lower shore. While the bags have met my basic needs, I have some basic criticisms:
1) The bag/shoulder straps with 12 decoys are not designed for the 1+ hike to my spots. This bag is better suited for a short walk or for keeping decoys organized in the boat
2) The decoys rubbing against the heavy canvas rubs paint similarly to decoys rubbing against each other
3) There are so many frills, extra pockets, mesh pockets, interior pockets etc that this bag is better designed for picnicking.
These bags are far superior to the laundry bag type sacks, but I think Redhead could make a bag with less frills and offer it for a greatly reduced price and better value to the hunter
December 25, 2012