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All Dakota Decoys' products are constructed of high and low density polyethylene. This mix gives the decoy the paint retention found with high density products, with a bit of flexibility to take some abuse. Each decoy is hand painted for an ultra realistic appearance.

The bodies are molded in the natural base color of the Canada goose. This allows the decoy to continue to look natural and actually adds character as the decoy ages. Dakota's "Wind Walker" motion system provides natural motion.

Contact: Dakota Decoys; (605) 624-3825 ; www.dakotadecoy.com.

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