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MALLARD FLOATER PACK

5 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$74.99

Each of Refuge Series mallard floaters go through an unrivaled paint process to bring to life the most realistic mallard decoys ever brought to market. These rugged one piece decoys feature weighted and recessed hexagonal keels ensuring movement in the slightest wind or current.

Warranty Period: 1 Year

Product Description

There’s nothing quite like watching mallards work decoys over water and our Refuge Series mallard floaters take the water hunting experience to the next level.

Each of Refuge Series mallard floaters go through an unrivaled paint process to bring to life the most realistic mallard decoys ever brought to market. These rugged one piece decoys feature weighted and recessed hexagonal keels ensuring movement in the slightest wind or current.

From Canada to Arkansas, the first day of the season to the last, our Refuge Series Mallards are guaranteed to put birds over your spread.

Packaged in 6 packs with 2 upright drakes, 2 low head drakes, and 2 hens.

Features:

  • One Piece Construction
  • Individually hand painted
  • Recessed and Weighted Hexagonal Keel provides motion to decoys in the slightest wind or current

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  1. michaelramsey1991

    5 out of 5 Best I Have Ever Seen

    Bought a dozen of these Mallards a little over a year ago. All of my buddies were on an Avian X kick but after reading reviews (and studies where people had left several brands out for days to see which changed the most) I went with DOA. I’m so glad I did. While Avian X has some beautiful Mallard decoys I have never seen a decoy get so much motion in the water with so little wind. These act close to the same in a slight breeze as they do a 10 mph wind. Shortly after I bought these my brother bought some Dakota Decoy floating mallards with flocked heads. While the flocked heads look beautiful his decoys were more expensive and he is regularly concerned about the flocking coming off. I don’t think floaters should have flocking. They get too much ice on them. After hunting with my DOA’s, his Dakota’s and my buddy’s Avian X’s all on the same water, I’m never buying Mallard floaters other than DOA. DOA look just as good, or better, they get better motion and the DOA price is comparable or cheaper than the other quality brands. Best money I have ever spent on decoys. Ducks haven’t flared off my decoys since I went DOA. Anyone wanting realism and quality, DOA is the best way to go.

    Sub Note:
    When I unboxed them I saw some slight paint errors on a few of them, but I’ve never unboxed new decoys that were completely flawless. I decided the paint errors were minor and in places that weren’t obvious. Also the paint errors didn’t seem to be chipping. They seemed like they were places where a paint layer was missed. I have kept an eye on them and they haven’t changed at all (chipped or gotten bigger)

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  2. jimdavis195901

    Question

    You do make the most realistic decoy on the market I think,but why didn’t you put a line tie on the back of the keel? I will have to drill one because as we all know you can’t have every decoy facing the same way. Jim Davis

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    • One person found this helpful
      DOA Customer Service

      Admin

      Thanks for the compliments concerning our decoys, we strive to make the most realistic decoys made. We appreciate your feedback on having a line tie on the back of the keel. The reason for not having a line tie on the back of the keel simply has to do with the way in which our decoys are blow molded. If we create a hole in the line keeper area there is a chance that a bubble could be created during manufacturing that will cause the decoy to fill up with water during use. We also looked at putting a line grabber in the back of the decoy much like the one that is found in the front of the decoy. Unfortunately, the way in which we make our hexagonal keels it would be difficult to extrude enough plastic to that area to make a reliable line tie, meaning that in cold conditions, or rough use it would most likely break off potentially leading to lost decoys. What we generally do is half hitch the line around the keel cap when we need to have a few decoys facing the opposite direction. We will continue to look at fixes to this situation that will allow us to create a line tie on the decoys in the future. Please feel free to reach out with any additional comments/questions you make have.

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  3. huntermyers321

    Question

    Hey guys are you gonna have more specie’s coming out this summer,fall, or winter

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      DOA Customer Service

      Admin

      Thank you for your interest in the DOA Decoys, no, not this year, but in 2018 we will be coming out
      with the Bluebills and the Canvas Backs. Have a Great Day!

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