6 - Pk. Tanglefree® Pro Series Canada Goose Full Body Upright Decoys

Item # WX2-283692

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6 - Pk . Tanglefree® Pro Series Canada Goose Full Body Upright Decoys. It's all in the details.

Created by master carver Don Mintz, these Full Body Canadas are tough and durable, yet have a soft, intricately-detailed feathering and flocking and built-in motion that will finish flock after flock. A simple stake / base system makes these Decoys easy to put out and pick up. Each is 24" long. Detachable heads. Your choice of Flocked Head / Tail or Fully Flocked... each includes 2 resters, 2 actives, and 2 high actives.

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Goose Full Body Upright Decoys


Customer Reviews

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    look great, take arrows without breaking. I shot through a goose and stuck the decoy.
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