Allen® 30x50" Mesh Decoy Bag, Olive Drab

Item # WX2-129647

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Allen® Mesh Decoy Bag.

Reinforced web shoulder straps and chest strap let you carry your decoys in comfort. Features a tough "beak proof" black mesh fabric that also lets excess water drain through, and a drawcord top to securely close the Bag.

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    For the price, I think it's great. It's very big and you can put a lot of decoys in it. The only thing I don't like about it is that the mesh holes are a little bit to big and the decoys get tangled with it easily.
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