Drake Waterfowl Systems Double-Duty Mallard Decoys

Drake Waterfowl Systems Double-Duty Mallard Decoys

Drake Waterfowl Systems Successful waterfowling is all about versatility.

Drake Waterfowl Systems Successful waterfowling is all about versatility. Drake's new Double-Duty Mallard Decoys allow instantaneous adaptation and improvisation, without the need to switch blocks. The removable Opti-Keel design provides lifelike flotation in rough water and can be easily removed for walk-in situations where weight is a factor.

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The Breeze-Ryder Base with a concave bottom ensures natural movement while keeping the decoy stable and upright. Decoys are packaged eight drakes and four hens per dozen, with swimmer, rester and sleeper body positions. Adjustable heads on the swimmers and resters enable 11 unique positions per dozen decoys.


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