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When the geese are flying, you want to be ready with the most lifelike spread possible. RedHead® Full-Body Canada Goose Decoys rank among the most realistic Canada Goose decoys on the scene today. Flocked heads and intricate body detail are deadly effective at any range, and every decoy is flame treated after each paint template is applied for the utmost in baked-on durability. Rugged polyethylene bodies with removable heads and motion foot base. Standard 4-pack has 4 head positions: 1 semi-rester, 1 sentry, and 2 feeders.
Worth the money
These decoys are definately not GHG quality, but they are less than half price.
Cons: The stands are pretty cheap, the paint is fragile (if you get them and the paint is falling off, return them because I bought 3 boxes, one had bad paint and the other two were fine), and the legs and heads come off almost too easy, so you have to be careful not to lose them.
Pros: The motion is awesome! Better than just about any decoy I have seen, The flocking and paint is very realistic (while the paint is on them)
They are nicer than most other low dollar decoys. If you take very good care of these dekes they will last and look good.
I use them for diversity in my spread, they work well and don't cost too much, but they won't last like some other brands.
October 13, 2010
Yea, the paint doesn't hold up as well as other decoys on the market, but, they don't cost $35.00 each either. They work well in my area, a little paint chip here and there is not going to spook the geese I'm hunting away! So for a little money and a decent return these decoys work just fine! I have to re - paint decoys every year anyway.... Good luck in the field!
October 11, 2010
pretty good stuff
Set them out and they worked fine. No flares, lots of action, and nice motion in a slight breeze. Paint is a little weak, but not bad if you are careful with them.
October 11, 2010
Hate them and love them
As mentioned, the paint is terrible. In fact, terrible doesn't begin to describe the paint quality. The feet are worthless. We usually just leave our off. The two piece stand is sometimes difficult to manage - especially in deep snow and cold while wearing thick gloves. The body is shaped kind of goofy too.
But dang these things move nice. These are the best moving decoys in our spread. It takes just a whisper of a breeze to make them wiggle, and they do just fine in a gale-force storm, too. This movement is the only reason they get more than one star.
If I had the money to replace all my decoys every year I'd probably build a spread with these.
January 4, 2010
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