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 5 out of 5 by RangerRick Good buy Bought these at the beginning of '08 duck season. They're very light-weight and only fill half of the decoy bag. I've had them out every weekend with no worse for the wear. I have yet to decoy a teal, but successfully decoyed Pintail, Gadwall, Wigeon and Scaup. Even the coots love these deeks. December 16, 2008
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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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