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Big Foot Goose Decoys

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148 Big Foot Goose Decoys for sale. Some Heads are flocked. Bodies are in great condition. Their are 95 feeders and 53 sentries/lookers, that would be a little over 12 dozen. Will to meet a resonable distance for delivery. $15 each.

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If I take the whole works would you go $9 a piece?

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Dano can I Buy in we could hook up when you get back to school I could send money sooner ?

Thanks Farmer

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dano thanks for the offer but i will keep them at that price. right now i have 2 dozen sold and 7 other people waiting in line for the rest. let me know if you want to get in line for some.

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Plaese put in me line. Got cash in hand and can meet you wherever. Cell (651) 271-9813. Thanks.

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If you have any left you can put me down for a dozen. I live in Big Lake so can pick them up anytime. Cash in hand.

email me please. todd((Contact Us Please))rautio(at)childrensmn((Contact Us Please))org

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thanks for all of you interest everone. but they are all sold.

all i have left is 4 sets of power bases for big foots. $50 for a set.

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