Just another flocked decoy debate....

Discussion in 'Goose Hunting Forum' started by NEwaterfolwer, Feb 19, 2018.

  1. mpkowal

    mpkowal Elite Refuge Member

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    Nice.
     
  2. Jay Mo 37

    Jay Mo 37 New Member

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    We run Stuffers, Fully flocked, and Plastics. When we use stuffers, it's just stuffers. But when we use FFD & plastics, we mix or use just one type. And in all three instances we kill birds. In our opinion it's the location & scouting that really matters. And whether you have one field or multiple fields that you hunt, you always need to change up what the birds are seeing.
     
  3. Jjm

    Jjm Refuge Member

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    I have and use both. I just put them out, no regard to where flocked or nonflocked are placed. I have never noticed the difference between one or the other, in the ability to harvest birds. I hunt Ohio and illinois.
    The flocked decoys look good but I don’t think it makes much difference to the birds, or is a must have. Shot a lot of birds before flocking existed, still using those decoys.
    Flocking is nice but not necessary. It is more for hunters than geese. Manufacturers want you to buy new gear and spend $.
     
  4. marshmob

    marshmob Senior Refuge Member

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    ^^^^^^^^
    This, especially the last sentence.
     

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