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Quack Decoys

Quack Decoys

Quack Decoys are rubber, yet tough-as-nails. The company builds them so that, with reasonable care, they can be passed down to the next generation. They float and ride the water like they're supposed to, wear authentic paint jobs that will fool duck after duck, goose after goose, and host a bevy of convincing features. For instance, glass-eyed heads are not only removable, they also can be positioned up and down to vary the look of your spread.

Brass keels and a suction-cup underside design keep the decoys upright and prevent pitching and rolling. These decoys are self-sealing. If you happen to pock them when you take a shot at a low crosser, the decoys will stay afloat and look natural for the next flight. Quack makes more than 25 duck and geese models, including harlequin and several sea duck species, and the company now offers repainting services.

Contact: Quack Decoy Corporation; (401) 723-8200;

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