"Joe Guide" says... Chuck Berry's "TEXAS RAGs...will do the job...first-last-always with de' snows
By: JOE GUIDE from military brought me to NORTH CAROLINA
How is the quality? Does it have every feature you need?
I've known Chuck and his Texas Rags since the 70's...Texas Rags...is de' choice for the educated and intelligent snow goose guides. (enough said)
Would you recommend this item?
Man...what you talking about? Texas Rags...are de' very best, and ONLY Rag decoys I'll use in hunting dem' Snows from- Canada are all the way down South in Texas' Ricefields - Waterfowl Outdoor writer "Joe Guide"
Is this item easy to use, or does it require prior knowledge/skill?
But of course...
What do you like or dislike about the features?
Easy breezy...you got the drift?
Do you think this item is a good value?
" Any guide that is worth their salt in snow goose hunting in this century...uses a couple a hundred of these bad boy Texas Rags. And I know many friends who use thousands of these Texas Rags. It's solid value...daddy-O....and listen to me know...it won't break yo' wallet...and you still got money to take your best girl out for dinner at Outback Steakhouse when you get back from hunting dem' gooses - Joe Guide."
Which flyway do you hunt in?
I likes to hunt de' snows all over the Central Flyway and hunt em up in Canada's pea and wheat and barley felds a lot especial in October.
Does this item have a realistic appearance? Do they float well, stand well?
Please give your general opinion of this product.
I'd recommend it to anyone. Chuck Berry designed it to last and he's a mighty smart old guide himself.