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    GHG Pro-Grade Hybrid Black Duck Decoys

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    $24.99 - $79.99
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    Product Description

    Improve your spread and save more money using the GHG Pro Grade Black Duck Decoy Pack. GHG Pro Grade Black Duck Decoys are the most realistic black duck decoys on the market. You won't have any problems fooling black ducks into your fields! Pro-Grade decoys from GHG are designed for serious waterfowl hunters who demand the most from their equipment. These decoys feature some of the most realistic body positions and paint schemes available and are some of the most effective decoys on the market. Featuring the GHG 60/40 weighted keel for increased versatility, these decoys will quickly become your go-to set. Black Ducks make a great addition to any decoy spread and add variety need to finish those call shy late season birds.

    GHG Pro Grade Black Duck Decoy Harvester 6 Pack (Measures 15 - 18 inches):

    • 1 Surface Feeder Drake
    • 1 Surface Feeder Hen
    • 1 Rester Drake
    • 1 Rester Hen
    • 1 Swivel Head Drake
    • 1 Swivel Head Hen
    GHG Pro Grade Black Duck Decoy Active 2 Pack (Measures 17 inches):
    • 2 Swivel Head Drakes
    GHG Pro Grade Black Duck Decoy Feeder 2 Pack (Measures 18 inches):
    • 2 Surface Feeder Drakes

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    Steve S. from Dover, DE
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    Great Decoys with attention to detail!
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    What is your opinion of this product?
    Excellent. I have both of the hybrid packs as well as the Black Duck harvester pack. Love them all. Swivel heads, float well, tough, good paint and bring the black ducks in!
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