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Rig ‘Em Right Waterfowl

by Jennifer L.S. Pearsall   |  November 3rd, 2010 0

Big spreads can be time-consuming to set out and pickup, and in rough weather, the design can be waved away if you don’t have it all weighted properly. But the Deluxe Gang Rig Kit from Rig ‘Em Right Waterfowl keeps decoys in place, even when Mother Nature is dishing out nasty conditions. Each kit strings together four-dozen blocks into gang rigs of a dozen each, including more than enough line, four anchor line spring clips, four three-­pound folding grapnel anchors, a rope winder and 36 gang rig drops that permit easy swap-out of decoys and prevent tangling.

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Flagging has long been an effective way to attract the attention of distant ducks. Slightly smaller than a goose flag, the Hypnotize Flag is designed to create the illusion of landing ducks. Works in fields, timber or open water, and is lightweight and durable. The unit doesn’t require batteries and works in conjunction with spinning-wing decoys or as a cost-effective alternative. Drake front and solid black reverse doubles as a goose flag.

The DP3 Decoy Bag from Rig ‘Em Right is one of the most versatile bags ever designed. In the open position, the bag keeps large amounts of floaters or full-body decoys well organized and easily accessible in the boat or decoy trailer. The wide-mouth design makes stuffing decoys a breeze and is perfect for the Rig ‘Em Right Decoy Anchor System. Features a floating bottom, large padded shoulder straps and waist belt for long walk-in hunts. The XL holds 12 full-body geese or 48 large duck floaters in the open position, and 24 floaters when closed. The standard model holds 24 duck floaters when open, and 18 when closed.

CONTACT: Rig ‘Em Right Waterfowl; (252) 726-9508; www.rigemright.com

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