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stayman79

Hey snowgoose!!

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To the guys who posts as snowgoose: We talked before about your interest in buying some Sportplast collapseable snowgoose decoys and how you might want to buy ours when we upgrade. Well the time has come so I wanted to offer them to you first. We have 4 dozen that have been painted with UV paint prior to last springs hunt, we have improved stakes for them and a bag that holds all 48 and is easily carried by two guys.

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Mike Stay-man

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Shoot me a emial

I am going to be out of town from Friday to Monday. I'll reply to your email then.

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Stayman,

What do you think of the sportplast decoys. Been thinking of buying 3 or 4 dozen honkers to fill in with my full bodies and outlaws. Do they fill out fairly nice after being stuffed in a bag. Any input would be appreciated.

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We actually really like them. They're a great decoy for the price, lightweight but a little bulky compared to a shell. They do fold down and pop out pretty easily. Quick set-up. The only reason we are selling is the group is investing in full bodies and the new 5/8 shell by greenhead gear. We did find the stakes a little big to push into hard ground so we swapped them out for some metal ones. If the birds are smart enough to tell the difference I'm not going to be able to shoot them anyhow. If I did any field hunting for dark geese I'd buy them.

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