Canadian goose decoy recommendations

Discussion in 'Waterfowl Hunting' started by Jeremybj, Sep 17, 2011.

  1. Jeremybj

    Jeremybj Well-Known Member

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    Hey everyone,

    Looking at getting some goose decoys and looking for a recommendation. I am looking to get maybe a dozen full bodies and a dozen shells. I want flocked heads for sure. One thing I also want is the ability to switch out the heads when they get bad. What do you guys use and what would you recommendation?
     
  2. Yotekiller

    Yotekiller Well-Known Member

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    Deadly Decoys. They are constantly moving, life like, not bulky to transport, lightweight, and have flyers that match.
     

  3. CBR1606

    CBR1606 New Member

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    Well it all depends on your budget. I havve done very well hunting and guiding in the Quill Lakes wiith bigfoots and cheap flambeau shells. You can go high or low but the biggest thing is a good call and moderate flagging. Snows respond to calling, Canadas respond to movement.

    Happy hunting
     
  4. Bubbs22

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    I got some Hard Core full body decoys this year and thay are awsome light and look good. But if you what decoys to last a long time go with BIG FOOT but not if you what to pack them
     
  5. TimeOnTarget

    TimeOnTarget Well-Known Member

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    Dakota decoys
     
  6. DinoS

    DinoS Member

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    I use 3 dozen wind sock decoys. I can carry them, my blind and gun into the field alone......one trip. You also get motion when wind is variable. They work for me.

    Dino
     
  7. submoa

    submoa Well-Known Member

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    bigfeet and outlaws is all we use
     
  8. badandy970

    badandy970 Well-Known Member

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