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Carry-Lite Duck Commander Series

Carry-Lite Duck Commander Series

The new Duck Commander Series from Carry-Lite feature multiple head positions and realistic feather detailing and coloration. The Duck Commander series is available in mallards, green-winged teal, blue-winged teal and gadwalls.

Mallard drakes come with semi-alert and preening drakes and semi-alert hens, greenwings and bluewings come with semi-alert drakes and quacking and dabbling hens, and the gadwalls come in quacking drakes and semi-alert hens.


Contact: Carry-Lite Hunting Decoys; (479) 782-8971; www.carrylitedecoys.com


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