Tanglefree® Full Body Six Slot Goose Decoy Bag

Item # WX2-283680

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Details & Specs

Tanglefree® Full Body Six - Slot Goose Decoy Bag easily totes 6 full - sized goose decoys.

The ideal haul for your waterfowl flock. It's made from rugged nylon rugged nylon to resist water and wear. Backpack straps and shoulder straps for comfortable carry. Drawstring-close top. Measures 32 x 19 x 36" w. Imported.


Customer Reviews

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  1. 1 stars
    Hard to comment on a product that fed-x fails to deliver. Now my expensive decoys have to roll around in a trailer because I don't have time to find new bags and yours aren't available until the middle of February. Really happy with this deal
  2. 5 stars
    Good, Quality bags. Large capacity. I bought 1 for full bodies and 1 to carry shells in and they work great for both.
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