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Inflateable Goose Decs

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Hello all...looking to add some diversity to my spread by adding some goose decs, but honestly can't drop the 100 bucks for 4 floaters. Have you guys used any of these inflatable goose decs? They look great, just wondered about performance on the water. $45 bucks for six is more in my price range and they "look" about as real as you can get on the computer, but I've never seen them in person.

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Opinions? Thanks guys.

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Admin, no unauthorized links? If you click on the link you can plainly see it was for a link at Cabelas.

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Since I cannot post the link to the picture of the inflatable featherlite photorealistic goose decs do any of you know what I'm talking about? Can be seen on page 2 the goose decs at Cabelas online. Thanks again.

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