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Higdon Battleship Foam Filled Goldeneye Duck Decoys - 6 Pack

Higdon Battleship Foam Filled Goldeneye Duck Decoys - 6 Pack

$79.99

SKU: HIG16734

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Higdon Battleship Foam Filled Goldeneye Duck Decoys - 6 Pack.Bulletproof visibility is a staple with this pack of all-drake Goldeneye duck decoys. These decoys are Giant, High Contrast and Unsinkable with super white and deep, rich black with subtle green head highlights and high contrast cheek patches. Get those fast-flying diver ducks to slam on the breaks! These super-oversize, wide-body Goldeneye decoys are sure to add a ton of bright detail to your Diver spread in big open water or in the shallows in the back of the bay. Add maximum impact and extreme visibility from longer distances, with realistic details for finishing birds up close.

Higdon set the standard for Foam Filling and these Battleships are unsinkable, so you never have to worry about shooting your decoys, even with low, fast-flying diver ducks. Weighted keel for quick and easy set-up. Keel allows short stringing decoys for shallow water. Higdon's highly detailed, proprietary UV painting process and deep realistic carving techniques highlight each individual feather and minimize unnatural glare, even when decoys are wet. Get Real with Higdon's biggest, brightest and most durable signature "Battleship" Goldeneye decoys.

Package includes 6 Drake Goldeneye duck decoys. As a Ducks Unlimited Official Licensed Product, a percentage of your purchase will go towards wetland conservation.
  • Drake High: 15.25" beak to tail, 7.25" wide; 26.24 oz
  • *Dimensions and weights may vary

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3/20/2019 1:11 pm

Name says it all.. Battleship

by Jerry Starkey -

My first time buying Higdon did not disappoint. They are 15.5 in long and a mat finish. Had some get shot up and didn't really hut them much. I just put some clear silicone in the holes at the end of season for good measure. They eyes are a little bead glued on I think. I longline them in the midwest and the birds just love them. They really stand out and tend to draw the divers in from a long ways off. Im going to buy some more.