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Mallard View Outdoors Ice Eater

The Ice Eater will ensure you spend time working birds, not breaking ice. It pulls warm water from below the ice at approximately 1,400 gallons a minute and circulates it. The flow keeps water open and adds lifelike movement to the decoy spread.

The Ice Eater runs off AC current, with different models ranging from 115 volts to 230 volts. If you don't have power to the pit, or prefer to be mobile, Ice Eaters operate using inverter style generators, which run in the mid-50 decibel range and will not bother ducks or geese.


Contact: Mallard View Outdoors; (270) 274-0025; www.mallardviewoutdoors.com


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