Improve your existing decoy spread or start a new spread the right way with RedHead® Floating Goose Decoys. Designed to give hunters all the detail necessary to draw in the birds, these floating goose decoys also deliver the durability you need for years of reliable use. Each decoy features removable flocked heads and removable weighted "Saw Tooth" keels for realistic movement in the water and easy storage and transportation. Flocked heads virtually eliminate any shine and to the decoy's true-to-life look.
Ultra-realistic floating goose decoys
Rugged and durable - designed to last for multiple seasons
Removable flocked heads - true-to-life look with no shine
Removable weighted "Saw Tooth" keels - lifelike movement in the water
I had read the reviews and questioned buying these decoys. I have had them for a full season and they have held up great. Even better than the hardcores I have. These decoys also move great on the water.
September 5, 2012
Bought these decoys for my birthday in Oct. Went out over this last weekend using my new decoys. The look on the water as a retarted goose. With a little ripple on the water you hear this hollow thud sound that you can hear 35 yards away. One head keeps falling off. If the wind blows they lean up on there side and almost flip over. As soon as I can go back to the store they are coming with me..DO NOT BUY!!!!!
January 4, 2012
I bought a box of these. I just got them out of the box last night to take them out today. Had scratches in them and dings. I had bought these along with a dozen RH shells, a 4 pack of full body feeders and a 4 pack of full body standards. Out of 2 dozen decoys total I had 3 heads that didn't even have beaks on them. There are several that are scratched and have paint issues. I thought I could save some money to build a decent spread and then work to replace as I had more money. Well don't waste your time. These are terrible.
November 19, 2011
For the price I paid for these decoys, I would purchase again.
September 3, 2011
Yes, we have used them before in a corn field just to fill in the spread. You just have to try and set them up against a stalk of corn on a little dirt clump to get them to sit right, but it's easily done.
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