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  1. 3 years ago
    Good dekes
    Can't find anything I don't like about these decoys. Good stuff.
  2. 3 years ago
    Great Decoys
    Bought these to add some beef to my spread. Can't beat the price for a dozen! They are a little cheaper plastic then more expensive ones, but as long as you don't shoot them they will last.
  1. 8 months ago
    Brings the teal in!
    Works like a champ. Hunted the last week of the season with it and limited out.
  2. 2 years ago
    Works well on ducks and dove
    We bought this guy to use with our baby mojos hens. Ducks like it. Uses AA batteries which last for many hunts and the wings flash faster than other mojo ducks we use. Works well and we put him up with our mojo dove for dove hunting. Like they really care! haha
  1. 1 year ago
    Good price
    I bought these a month ago. I bought 4 pairs, I was pleased with the drake but the paint on the hen was awful. I ended up having to repaint all the hens.
  2. 2 years ago
    low price bad color
    The drake paint color is alright. The hen is pink, and needs work. Cant beat the price though!
  1. 9 months ago
    Excellent detail for the money!
    I bought these on a "hot deal" to add some white to the spread without breaking the bank. Overall the paint detail is very good. I did add some yellow to the drake eyes and a few more green highlights to the head and back, but I just like "customizing" my gear. I've been toting them around in a bag in the back of the truck for about 3 weeks now and have had them out on 3 or 4 hunts, paint appears to be holding up well. Only one real negative to this point, they could ride choppy water better. ... read more The wind switched while we were out one day (probably 10 -15 mph) and with what I would consider a "light chop", these began making an audible slapping noise on the water. At the same time I had out decoys from 3 other manufacturers, one of them was "bouncing" a bit, but none were "slapping" the water the way these were. Overall I'm happy with the quality vs price and would purchase again. Just not made for rough water conditions.
  2. 9 months ago
    Nice
    The decoy looks great paint looks awesome. Would like to see the game winners come with some different head positions an ways to tie to the keel.
  1. 2 years ago
    Great for the price!
    I love having feeders in my spread, I thinks it helps put birds at ease. They look good light weight I only wish the keels were weighted so it's easier to toss.
  2. 3 years ago
    Great Feeding Mallard Decoys
    I am expanding my decoys and wanted to get some feeders to help entice more ducks, so feeders seemed to be a natural option. These seemed really cheap to me and being only half a duck, I guess it is natural, but they were at least $2-$3 less here than other places. I bought two packs. The detail and color are great on these decoys and seem to be well made, but aren't super heavy duty wall thickness. I have other brands that are more durable, but would rate them as average quality and will see ... read more after a couple seasons how they hold up. They float good and using lead strip weights with cord stay where they are supposed to. Short is, good price and do what they are supposed to.
  1. 3 years ago
    Good Decoys, Not Great
    I was looking for some cheap Woodies that I could use to expand my selection and bring in more ducks. These aren't top-end decoys, but they are pretty good for the price. I don't expect the paint to last more than maybe 3 seasons without looking used, but it is holding up better than I thought after 5 outings. They float well and hold up to heavy winds on the water with no problems that I have seen. The plastic is thinner than others, but it seems to be holding up to being carried with a couple ... read more dozen decoys and tossing out into the water. I baby them a bit, but still toss the bag on the ground and chuck them in when picking up decoys off the water, but don't toss it from 10' into the back of the pick-up. If I hunted Wood Duck all the time or was using these for guide service vs. weekend hunting, I would not buy these, but for how I hunt, they are good.
  2. 3 years ago
    Tested by squeezing decoys heard air coming from inside the keel put a heavy coat of silicone inside let dry and good to go.
  1. 3 years ago
    POOR BUILD QUALITY WITH THE PLASTIC
    DONT WASTE YOU MONEY ON BUYING THESE DECOYS. They are made of really thin plastic and unless your like being very delicate with these decoys they will all be busted by the end of the hunting season. Poor Plastic Quality. I bought 18 decoys less than a year ago and now only 5 are not busted just from carrying them to and from the duck hole. I even took 12 back after two weeks to get another 12 thinking it may have been a bad batch but the new ones were no better
  2. 2 years ago
    Bang for the Buck
    I've looked at several different brands from several different retailers and the Carver's Edge decoys look to be the best for the price. Paint work is better than the others and there's good enough detail in the shape. Would recommend over other brands and stores at this price point.
  1. 4 years ago
    Worst decoy i have ever held
    I purchased these decoys because they are one of a few red heads that I could find for a resonable price. When they arrived all was great with shipping and i love academy, but i then took one decoy out of the box. It has no weight, which can be ok for movement, and i could litteraly push on the body like a cheap piece of plastic. The keel is hollow for the water to fill but very flemsy, and i know i would beat them to death on my first trip out. I didn't spend time looking at the paint job ... read more because i was too appauled at the poor construction. If I were to put a price on this item, i would price it at $19.99, and would label it as a one season decoy. To put it frankly, they are crap, and any duck hunter should stay away from them unless they are going to be put in place and not moved for the season.
  2. 4 years ago
    Good tough decoy for the price , super fast shipping
  1. 10 months ago
    Looks good
    Decoy stake is a little short, and it takes a strong wind to move the wings, overall it does what is expected
  2. 9 months ago
    Wind driven Mojo
    I purchased 2 wind driven Mojo's a few months ago. the ducks need a minimum of a 5 mile an hour wind. While setting up the Mijo's I librely lubricate the metal rod section that inserts into the duck. After several uses I used course sand paper and scrubbed the metal rods where the wings spin. When there is just a little wind the Mijo's look great. My last hunt a Malard landed on one of the Mojo's. Academy had the best price.
  1. 2 years ago
    Coots on coots on coots
    These coots are excellent value. The blacks are brilliant and the whites are ultra flat with the perfect amount of red on the beaks and white on the undersides
  2. 9 months ago
    Great Decoys...
    Bought 2 dozen of these to help boost spread size and confidence. They look pretty good on the water and the paint seems to hold up good so far. I have used these decoys about 14 times so far and they get thrown all around in the boat. Even if ducks don't come in some days and the coots are in the area... its entertaining to watch the coots fight & figure out these coot decoys. So far these are good coot decoys to have especially for the price.
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