Rig'Em Right Waterfowl Duck Decoy Anchors
Nothing but the Best
I hunt hard all season long professionally and nothing compares to the durability, ease of use, simplicity and functionality of Rig'em Right's decoy anchors. I store my deeks on hooks in the garage and they stay ready to go at a moment's notice. No more untangling decoys. No more unwinding anchor lines. I simply lift the bundle, unclip the carabiner, and fling the group hard. My decoys always hit the water and land keel down. The motion is perfect and the pick-up is just as fast and simple. You can eben bag the blocks when they're clipped together if you choose and not worry about them tangling. I won't use anything else ever again.
December 14, 2009
I have 3 dozen decoys on rigem right weights now and I am done with everything else. I am so tired of winding decoy string only to find it in a tangled mess in the bottom of the decoy bag. with rig'Ems just put them on the clip as you drag them through the water the hoist them in the bag. be sure to secure the clip to the bag and your done. when deploying the decoys take them all off the clip and hold the lines in one hand and select a decoy with the other this will help in not getting them tangled also I hung mine from the garage cealing overnight to straighten the lines this helps to keep them tangle free.
December 28, 2010
worth the money
I bought the 36 30" anchors and the XL bag. The anchors are easy to put on your decoys and are mostly tangle free. I had one loop pull out of a line on the second use. I called rig'em right and they sent a new one to me. I have used these now maybe 15 times and the only real drawback I have found is it can be hard to put the loops on the carabiner with heavy gloves on. The bag is ok, mine had a hole wore in it after the second ride on the atv. The material is pretty thin, but I like the design. I haven' carried it on my back, not sure I would want to. It is a big bag.
December 30, 2012
Not Worth The Money
I used this product on opening day this year. The decoy's got tangled which on a cold day made it difficult to unwind without making a great deal of noise. Once I tossed the decoy's in the water the cords were actually visable above water (low water level). This made for an unrealistic scene. When hooked back up the decoy's again became tangled. I would stick to using the wrap around strings. This keeps decoy's from being tangled and causing frustration even before the ducks come in to your spread.
November 5, 2009