Dakota Decoy X-Treme Mallards

Dakota Decoy X-Treme Mallards

Dakota Decoy products feature a lifelike, hand-painted finish, and the new X-Treme Mallards are no exception. The drakes go through a 24-step painting process, and the hens go through a 16-step painting process.

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The attention to detail is evident the minute you lay eyes on these decoys. Six different head styles in each dozen add even more realism. The heads come attached to the decoy, but will spin a full 360 degrees.


Contact: Dakota Decoy, (605) 624-3825, www.dakotadecoy.com


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