RedHead® Floating Greenwing Teal Duck Decoys
Each of these realistic floating duck decoys is cast and manufactured using taxidermy ducks as models--not an artist’s interpretation of what a duck should look like. Paint templates and colors are based on late-season, full-plumed ducks, for the most lifelike presentation possible. Every decoy is flame-treated after each paint template has been applied to ensure that each layer is baked on to withstand years of use in the harshest conditions. Each decoy comes complete with a weighted, removable ''Saw Tooth'' keel, specifically designed for lifelike movement. Even the slightest water flow across the teeth on the keel will create lifelike swimming action. Drake overall length: 9''. Set includes 6 drakes and 6 hens.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Kendog555 Pretty small Decoys were a lot smaller then i thought. Colors are good! have not used them yet so not sure if they are effective. Easy to carry them being so small. August 14, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by irishfisher Quality Decoys These are nice decoys. Best value. 12 for the price you would pay for 6 of another brand. March 24, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by k3rn5y so far so good just got the product at the end of the season so havent been able to take them out to the field yet. so far they are very real looking and durable. the day i got them in the mail i set one out and the dog barked at it for and hour thinking she could get it to fly. January 21, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by BrantH GREAT DECOYS You will be hard pressed to find any better decoys than the RedHead brand for the same money. Fit to finish they are great! January 8, 2011
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A:I have had all kinds of ducks land in a spread of just Mallard decoys. I have had friends that had only mallard and teal decoys out and had several wood ducks cup and land. If you specifically know what duck you want I would go with that type of decoy, but remember, all ducks are looking for a place to rest or feed, that is what you are showing with your spread.
A:Both species seem to hang around backwater areas with overhanging trees and bullrushes, I know Woodies will land in a Teal spread. The big trick is to hunt where Oaks hang over the water ;)
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