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Lifelike Feeding Drake

Realism in a decoy counts, especially when the birds are weary. New for 2005 is the full-body mallard decoy from Hard Core Decoys. The lifelike decoy comes in six unique positions -- Upright Drake, Resting Drake, Calling Hen, Sleeping Drake, Drake Feeder and Hen Feeder. Polyethylene makes these decoys rugged and durable, able to withstand abuse and extreme temps. A new paint bonds better to the polyethylene material, preventing fading and chipping. One of each position comes in a package.

Contact: Hard Core Decoys, Dept. WF, 221A W. 37th St. Garden City, ID 83714; (208) 344-0161; www.hardcoredecoys.com.

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