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    Tanglefree Super Magnum Mallard Decoys - 6 Pack

    Shop Tanglefree Super Magnum Mallard Decoys at Macks Prairie Wings! Low Prices and Quality Customer Service only from Americas Premier Waterfowl Outfitter!
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    Product Description

    Tanglefree Super Magnum Mallard Decoys have a 1 piece design with the overall length being 24 inches from the tip of the tail to the tip of the bill. The original decoy these are molded from was made by master carver Don Mintz. Lifelike realism and feather detail will bring them in and keep them from getting spooked or cause them to flare. Packaged in boxes of 6, these decoy will upgrade your decoys, and add confidence to your duck spread. There are 4 drakes and 2 hens in each package, with the different head positions of upright and low.

    The lack of moveable parts means there is nothing to break or lose during the long off-season. These decoys are extremely easy to use, all you have to do is attach line with a weight and throw them on out. Tanglefree holds their decoys to the highest expectations, especially the realism and durability. The weighted keel will keep the decoys right side up, even in the calmest or windiest conditions. Try them out today and find out exactly how much of a difference they will make in your decoy spread.

    Tanglefree Super Magnum Mallard Decoy Features

    • One piece design
    • Overall length of 24 inches from beak to tail
    • Includes 4 drakes and 2 hens
    • Different head position or upright and low
    • Weighted keel

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