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No more loose knots! RedHead® Decoy Cord Crimps hold your cord in place and keep it there with just a squeeze of the pliers. 24 pack.
Our full line of waterfowl accessories provides hard-core duck hunters with the premium quality gear they need -- without the premium prices. We asked our waterfowling customers to tell us exactly what they wanted, right down to the last detail. And we delivered in spades, with the quality and durability you expect from a company named RedHead.
good product, bad counting
i bought these crimps to rig my new decoys, and evrything went smooth untill i got to the last decoy and was short one crimp. i ended up tying the end of the line wich weakend the pvc line. redhead needs to revise more carefully.
December 30, 2011
only fits the Redhead decoy line that breaks very easily as well. these crimps are too small for good PVC decoy line, save your money.
December 2, 2011
Bought these because I wanted to rig my new decoys. They don't even come close to fitting my tanglefree line. Way too small. Very disappointed. Maybe will fit mono line.
July 6, 2011
Poor product description
For someone new to hunting ducks with floating decoys I could not tell by the product descripton what I was getting or how to correctly use this product. Because the product is not expensive does not mean it is useful. Maybe an experienced duck hunter will know how to use this product, but for a beginner this product is not very useful.
February 4, 2011
Depends on the cord diameter -- too thin and the crimp won't hold and too fat and the cord won't thread. Assuming it is in the right size range, put a fat knot like a figure-8 into the end of the cord before closing crimp so it won't slip back through even with wet slippery nylon.
Frankly I'd not use nylon -- tarred line like trot line would be easier to handle. However, to each their own preference.
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