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Introducing Flambeau Storm Front Decoys

Introducing Flambeau Storm Front Decoys

Flambeau Outdoors was at the 2013 SHOT Show in Las Vegas to showcase its newest additions to the Storm Front line of decoys. Flambeau created the Storm Front series four years ago with the standard mallard and this last year welcomed the full body mallard as well. With lifelike design of feathers and the option to use its base in stationary or rotating modes, the full body mallard has been a key advance in their line.

New for 2013, Flambeau introduced the American Wigeon model, which is a predominant species in several North American flyways. The new decoy features radiant colors and detail marks on the plumage that match what the species looks like in December and January. The American Wigeon will be available for Fall 2013.

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