RedHead® Floating Pintail 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 smallest water flow across the teeth on the keel will create lifelike swimming action. Drake overall length: 18-1/4''. Set includes 6 drakes and 6 hens.
Rated 1.2 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by ncfeatherspreader Pintail Decoy If I'm not mistaken, these are the same decoy as the "Hard Core" brand pintail decoy. I baught a dozen of them last year, used them 3 times. The keels have completely broke off of 2 of them. The other ten split,where the keel slides into the body. Good shaped decoy, hard plastic on top, heavy keels but, the bottom of the decoy is paper thin. After applying marine adhesive to the keels and filling with foam, I realized tha I could have baught a lot better decoy for less $$$ than I have got in these. Terrible Product! January 20, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by swlahunt pintail decoy These decoys are the worst decoy I have ever purchased. One of the pintails came right out of the box with a hole on the back of the decoy. I put eight of the eleven others out on my pond and came back a week later five of the eight decoys were full of water and the black mallard decoys are not any better. Save your money. January 16, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Quackerstacker727 Redhead pintail decoys These are offal decoys! I used them 3 times and have not shot them and they are filling up with water November 13, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by AllAboutDucks Very Poor Quality I've used these decoys for one season & am very disappointed. They are seperating on the bottom (where the keel slides onto the bottom of the decoy, 5 of the original 12) which allows water to enter into the decoy. BUY SOMETHING ELSE! November 28, 2011