Skip to main content

Rhino Delta Decoy Sled

Rhino Delta Decoy Sled



On Backorder

Oversized/Handling fee may apply


The Rhino Delta Decoy Sled is the most universal edition with eyes for tying around the trees in the marsh, but if you are not around a tree it also uses the same eyes and another pair of eyes for staking into the mud completely around the sled. Also while the sled is primarily for your hunting dog to sit on if the water is too cold and your kids are hunting with you you can get them up on it. It also enables you to tie up decoys and keep you hands free while walking through water.

This is the perfect all-in-one package! This sled functions both as a decoy sled and as a floating canine platform. Changing water levels and a bulky decoy sled no longer need to complicate your duck hunt! The convenient size of the Delta Decoy Sled allows for flexibility of hunting location.

Are you ready to discover a new level of efficiency? After purchasing your Rhino Building Products Delta edition sled, there are a few simple steps to help you get the most from the product. The delta edition is slightly smaller of the two models however it is our most popular model because of its flexibility in the location in which you may hunt.
Step 1: The dry box located in the back is removable and designed to store bungee cords/rope and other items that you may desire.
Step 2: load your decoys onto the floating retriever sled
Step 3: locate the upper rods on each side of the sled
Step 4: attached bungee cord from one side, over the decoys and attach to the opposite side.
Step 5: grab the rope handle, which is attached to the front of the sled and drag the sled to the location in which you wish to unload the decoys. If you are attaching your sled to a tree then skip to step 8
Step 6: after unloading the decoys, locate the four removable rods and the four eye screws. Remove any one of the rods and insert at an outward angle through any one eye screw and down into the ground. Repeat for the other rods
Step 7: your canine is now ready to get on the sled and enjoy the hunt
Step 8: after unloading the decoys, the ‘V’ shape notch located at the rear of the sled is then pushed up against a tree. locate the four eye screws. Attach a bungee cord to any one eye screw located at the rear of the sled and go around the tree and attach to the opposite eye screw. Remove any two rods and insert at an outward angle through the two eye screws located at the front of the sled and down into the ground.

  • Four rods
  • Four Eye Hooks
  • Dry Box
  • 2lb foam
  • Patented Coating
  • Smaller
  • Weight: 18 lbs
  • Length: 41.5 in
  • Width: 29.75 in
  • Height: 6.75 in
  • Floatation: 200lbs

Ratings & Reviews

5 reviews

1/22/2018 9:46 am

Good for shallow water, but......

by Josh

Good for shallow water, but not anything over knee deep. My dog had a hard time getting stable on this sled, and it dumped him a couple of times. Also, the eye bolts used to secure it to a tree pulled out, so It had to be "rigged" to stay tied to the tree.

11/27/2018 5:06 pm

Best Hands Down

by Freddy King

From training to duck hunting the Rhino Dog Sleds are used all season and off season long by me and Echo Boys. Great for floating gear in and or a dog to those hard to reach backwater areas and provides plenty of floatation for even larger retrievers. Can be set it up anywhere and at any water depth! Absolutely love mine!!!

11/27/2018 8:00 pm

Waited a long time for this!

by Paul

Obviously designed by guys that have spent a lot of time in the woods. It is super light, very tough ( so far) and I love how it doubles as an awesome method to float in all my junk. This seems to be an awesome product, especially for a guy that hunts a lot of different types of places - timber, buck brush, etc. it is also surprisingly stable - even when it is floating and not strapped to a tree.

11/29/2018 7:19 pm

Very good product

by Steve

I borrowed a Rhino sled for my lab several times last season for my 75Lb lab and she worked perfectly off the sled numerous times. it only took her a couple times jumping off and on the sled to figure it out. Set up properly against a tree it is quite stable. Was impressed enough to purchase my own for this season and am very pleased with it. Lightweight, camo color is perfect, and easy to set up.

5/3/2019 1:09 pm

Great decoy sled

by Logan

Great decoy sled, I towed it behind a beaver tail steath 2000 on big water for mallards and divers and it worked great for toting 65+ decoys