New DSD Honkers

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  1. don835

    don835 Elite Refuge Member

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    WOW...7 dozen! I'm glad I don't have the number behind you!
     
  2. Lonegoose35

    Lonegoose35 New Member

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    $70 off per dz for quantity discount. $490 off total. Not bad
     
  3. Fsbirdhouse

    Fsbirdhouse Senior Refuge Member

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    Sounds like the way to go is group orders for a discount.
    But still a wad of bills to come up with for decoys.
     
  4. Lonegoose35

    Lonegoose35 New Member

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    Sold off my ghg spread. So didn't cost me much at all. Just downsized a bit.
     
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  5. don835

    don835 Elite Refuge Member

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    You did the right thing...
     
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  6. Specktacular

    Specktacular Senior Refuge Member

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    Just use the poly bags that the decoys come in and use them to line the slots of the 6 slot bag.
     
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  7. Lonegoose35

    Lonegoose35 New Member

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    I tried that with the previous models and was pain in the bum bum. First few hunts weren't too bad but then we were chasing bags across the fields when windy and then the rain and mud made the plastic bags filthy and slimy after a bit. Will try individual bags which seems like a pain also. Especially for some of my fields i have to walk in gear. I will play it by ear and see how it goes. Anyone use the individual bags?
     
  8. Wareagle1

    Wareagle1 Senior Refuge Member

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    All my DSD honkers an lessers are bagged. I like the idea of a little more protection for them, even though I don't think they need it. The bags come in handy for frost protection.
     
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  9. birdhunter98

    birdhunter98 Senior Refuge Member

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    Put the poly bag inside a single laundry bag. In six slot. It should never have to come out. Slide decoy out. Slide decoy in. I use this method in six slots and just keep single bags tucked in the slot when empty as well
     
  10. Lonegoose35

    Lonegoose35 New Member

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    I may have to try that. I have been looking at cleaner supply for bags. Hard to tell what's what on there though. I want drawstring top also on the bag. I'd imagine with a drawstring bag I could carry dozen or so at a rip. At least 10 anyways. Or even thinking about having a pole I could slide the loop of the drawstring on and carry over my shoulder with quite a few on it for walk in hunts. Thanks for the input guys. Much appreciated.
     

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