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Here’s How Incoming Birds View Your Decoy Setup

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Wouldn’t it be helpful to know what your decoy setup looks like to incoming birds? Well, wonder no long.

When you’re out in the frigid water preparing goose decoys for your morning hunt, having a decoy setup that makes sense and doesn’t look unrealistic to incoming birds is simply crucial.

Check out what this hunter does to check how the decoys look from an incoming bird’s prospective.

Another great reason to carry a GoPro in your pack!

Whether your hunting ducks near a pond, or geese in a snow-covered corn field, having high quality decoys with the right setup will help you to draw in more birds close for a better shot. The team at Greenhead Gear knows exactly what it takes to draw in flocks of weary birds and, in anticipation, have developed some of the most durable and realistic waterfowl decoys available to avid bird hunter’s today.

These hand-painted decoys not only look unbelievably realistic, but they are also some of most durable decoys out there. As every waterfowl hunter knows, it’s only a matter of time before you’re going to drop, run over, or crush a decoy in the midst of setting up for your next hunt. Fortunately, these birds can stand up to some of the worst situations with the material that’s used to create their bodies.

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Here’s How Incoming Birds View Your Decoy Setup