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    Anyone tried these remote control duck decoys yet?:

  • #2
    I'd make darn sure that they were rated for salt water if that's where you're planning to use them. Lotta money for one time use.
    "Lay in the weeds and wait, and when you get your chance to say something, say something good."
    Merle Haggard


    • #3
      The Remote control decoys are not "rated for salt water". The salt water is hard on the seals, but if you rinse them after each use, they will last.

      I use them and I think they are great, they add good motion to your spread and are great for kids.

      Decoy Stores Duck Decoys and Remote Control Decoys


      • #4
        I'd group em in right there with those robo-ducks that have the spinning wings - I think they're worthless. While hunting the flats here we were using inflateable decoys, and about 200 yards away we had guys with robo-ducks and high end decoys...They were doing hardly any shooting while we limited out.

        I believe being where the ducks want to be is key, and learning where they like to sit on tides/weather patterns.

        But hey, if you wanna spend your money on the fancy stuff, more power to ya :P Just adds more weight to pack out if your walkin in :P


        • #5
          A better idea is going to the salvation army finding a remote control boat then cutting the bottom out of a hot buy.
          I choose to fly fish, not because its easy, but because its hard.


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