RedHead Floating Goose Decoys
I have used these decoys for about three weeks. They look great. The flocked head really add life to the decoys. The only drawback is the heads don't fit to well, but when I throw them in the water they stay attached. Easy break down.
October 17, 2006
Dont Know What Everyone Is Talking About
i just got these decoys in the mail and from all the review i read before i bought these decoys i was expecting these decoys' heads to come out easily but they came with notches in the body to lock the heads in and now that i look at the bodies they dont even look the same as the ones on the site.... these decoys are gunna be awsome
August 23, 2007
I picked up a dozen last season because they were on sale. They are smaller than any other floater I have come across. Only nice thing about these decoys are the flocked heads. Otherwise, you get what you pay for. Just like EVERY other redhead decoys the removable keel cracks the bottom of the decoy and they all start to leak after a while. Every redhead decoys I own has been glued and siliconed around the keel and still continues to leak. If you only hunt a few times a year and have slotted bags or are able to protect them from other decoys, then they are a cheap way to add some geese to the spread. But if you are like me and have a full boat of decoys and hunt 3-4 times a week, spend the money and go with bigfoots or final approach that can take the abuse
December 2, 2010
save for something better
cheaply made. cheap chipping paint. and the finish is EXTREMELY shiny...ive found this with most of the redhead decoys. save urself a few extra bucks and go with a midgrade decoy like final approach or hidgons.
December 26, 2012