Dakota Decoys X-Treme Fully Flocked Mallard Duck Decoys 6 Pack

Dakota Decoys X-Treme Fully Flocked Mallard Duck Decoys 6 Pack

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The attention to detail in these Dakota Decoys X-Treme Fully Flocked Mallards is evident and there is very little paint on these decoys. The material looks incredible in any lighting and also keeps the decoy from shining when wet. Comes in a 6 pack.

  • 4 fully flocked drakes with 2 turning head styles
  • 2 painted hens with 2 turning head styles
  • 17 inches in length

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Not as durable as i had hoped, but still worked great

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The fully flocked decoys look amazing. However, the flocking comes off very easily. I only used them 2 days/hunts and already 2 of the black tail sections are missing flocking. Only i have handled them, and even then i grabbed them by the beak and placed them in the 12 slotted mack's decoy bag, which is awesome btw, that was included in the special deal. I didn't throw them out either. I took the weight off the keel very gently and placed them into the water. After i bought them, when mack's ran the special last month, i saw a couple reviews on amazon and bass pro that said the same exact thing, so that's why i was being so careful with them. In summary, the black and brown flocking comes off too easily. I am tempted to repair them myself rather than try to return them because the ducks seemed to really like them a lot. The mallards we had working us were almost drawn to them. I will probably end up buying a flocking repair kit and fixing them once they get a lot worse.



Finally a super durable fully flocked decoy. The DD mallard is the best decoy on the market and now that they are fully flocked Im switching my spread over. I have never been let down by these decoys and know that DD stands behind their quality.

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The flocking looks amazing and so far has held up very well. It adds a great amount of detail and the birds really seem to eat it up.