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Hungry Dekes

These American made G&H decoys have been made with quality and durability in mind. The plastics and paint make the Floating Feeder a quality addition to any spread. New for '07 at G&H is the Floating Feeder in both Canada goose, mallard and pintail. They are sold in pairs and feature a detachable anchor with each decoy. Also, check out G&H's Decoy Touch-Up paint kit. It comes with 10 one-ounce water-borne paints mixed with ultra-violet screens.

Contact:
(800) GHDECOY, www.ghdecoys.com.



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