Flambeau® Flocked Master Decoy

Item # WX2-214591

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Flambeau® Flocked Master Decoy.

True-to-life size and shape to fool prospective targets into ambling into range! Featuring all the perks of the original "Boss Buck", but floced to give the decoy a fur-like texture and appearance that's even more attractive and believable than before! Reduces noise during transport and setup, as well. Can staked, too, for stability in heavy winds.

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