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  1. Dpduckhunter13

    Miscellaneous duck hunting stuff

    Cleaned up the garage and came to the realization I’d rather chase rutting deer than ducks and geese. Most of the decoys need weights or they’re in the bottom of the bags. Mojo works just needs a new battery. Price is $250 obo, pickup north Phoenix Text 602-803-0916 for additional info One mojo mallard, 1 12volt charger, 2 mojo doves, 1 drake blind bag, 1 Zink PH-1 single reed acrylic call, 1 specklebelly call, 1 goose honker, 2 poly short reed goosecalls, 1 diamondwood/poly duck call, 1 poly timber call, 4 goose floaters, 4 standing/sitting goose decoys, 4 goose butts (need paint), 1 heron, 4 pintails, 2 teal, 6 gadwall, 6 magnum HD mallards, 4 standard mallards, 1 water displacer (to add movement to your spread), a few miscellaneous weights, boat load of ammo, 3 boxes bonus 00 buck.
  2. I'm putting my "flock" of Dave Smith full body decoys up for sale. I have the following decoys: (1) Jake; (1) Submissive Hen (known as a "Breeding Pair"); and (1) Feeding Hen. Also included is a separate carry bag for each and two stakes. These DS Decoys are made with the new ACE technology and are the most realistic decoys I have come across. They are full body decoys. Condition is excellent with no chips or rub marks on the paint. They have been a pleasure to hunt over. Toms hang up or are very cautious until they see the decoys - then they just seem to come in on a string. Used on two hunts over the past six years. New cost from DSD would be $400 plus shipping. My asking price is $325. I would be willing to break up the set: $225 for the breeding pair; and $100 for the hen. If interested, call or text 602-361-7191.
  3. AmericanThunder

    Montana Decoys

    Has anyone used a Montana Decoy? http://www.montanadecoy.com/ Specifically for Mule deer hunting here in AZ. I have never used a decoy for deer hunting and am pretty skeptical about them. If anyone has had any luck with them please share. Thanks!