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Carrying around armfuls of decoys is a chore few waterfowlers look forward to, but with the Honker Hauler, the task can be easier. These collapsible, lightweight, wheeled carts have a carrying capacity of more than 54 cubic feet for toting full-bodies, layout blinds, shotguns and other large gear.

Contact: Decoy Cartz, (406) 466-5202; decoycartz.com

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