Higdon Clone Snow Goose Motion Decoy
The Clone Snow Goose Decoy authentically mimics real-life flapping geese. This real motion is achieved through years of testing and refinement, and captures the realistic wing beat and true flying body posture of live birds. Durable and performs impeccably, even in the most extreme conditions. This motorized decoy will take your hunt to the next level. Includes: Remote Stand, Power Cord, Durable Carrying/Storage Case. Requires 12 Volt Battery (not included)
Authentically mimics a real-life flapping goose
Ratings & Reviews
by Lance Jensen
Only one of them will work, brand new battery’s and only one will sinc to remote
by K wall
Very disappointed in product first day one of the wings broke and after running a few hours bird quite working.
Not worth the money to me.
by Nick brock
The remote on these is complete junk. They won't operate if you are farther than 15 yards from them. The clips that hold the wings on are also cheap crap and bend easily.
Quality Motion Decoy
I bought and used two clones on a 4 day spring hunt last year and I liked them, so I got 3 more for this year's hunt. They have worked well, and look much better as a flock of 5 than the pair of decoys did last year. Several birds worked right on top of them. I only have two complaints. First, the price point. These are some of the most expensive individual decoys on the market. Second, one of the alligator clips on the power cord started making intermittent contact with the wire. It should be easy to fix, but it took a little bit to figure out the issue while out in the field.
First day wing broke and the other stopped working. Very disappointed
Great addition to your spread
by Jerry Vee
I bought 3 of them for goose hunting to add to the rest of my spread. The decoys look good and work3d well for me. The only problem I had was a complete pair-2 wing spars broke on the 1st day. I telephoned Higdon and was immediately sent a new pair. I'm pleased with how they work. The remotes dont reach very far. Overall, I would buy these again.