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Right-Look-Right-Motion Spec Decoys

There's nothing more frustrating to a waterfowler than persevering for hours in a cold, wet field blind without getting the chance to raise his shotgun at a speckled belly goose. To avoid this small disaster, set up a convincing speck decoy spread. Buckwing's new Lifelite Speck Goose Decoys come in handy in situations like this. Carefully designed, crafted and engineered to imitate the look and actions of a speckle belly, these full-bodied decoys have a natural body shape, realistic feather patterns and hand-painted details that give them lifelike quality. Appearance is only part of the Lifelite deception; there are three body positions -- feeding, resting and sentry -- that allow hunters to create spreads that mimic natural goose behaviors. The lightweight, collapsible decoys fold down compact for easy transport -- 150 decoys can easily fit in a standard pickup bed.

Contact: Buckwing Products, Inc. Dept. WF, 2300 Eberhart Rd. Dept. P, Whitehall, PA 18052; (610) 264-9016;

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