Field Mallard

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Field Mallard

Setting and picking up field decoys can eat up good napping time. Using Flambeau's Enticer field mallards cuts down on work because the decoys are entirely a one-piece operation. No stakes or stands to store and assemble or disassemble in the field because the decoys have their own base; simply set on the ground and hunt. Easy to use on marsh mud flats, too.

Contact: Flambeau Outdoors, Dept. WF; (800) 232-3474; www.flambeauoutdoors.com.



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