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Deadly Decoys

Deadly Decoys

Deadly Decoys took the Texas rag concept and added a backbone support to keeps the decoys in a natural body position and off the ground when the wind calms to nothing. The support also keeps spastic movements to a minimum, which allows your flock to appear more natural.

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The company makes a variety of species, each with fantastic body detail. Heads are available in sentry/alert and feeder/preening positions. Deadly Decoys offers a decoy bag designed specifically to get a spread full of socks in and out of the field in a timely, organized fashion.


Contact: Deadly Decoys; (563) 382-0530; www.deadlydecoys.com


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