9 expert tips to keep your waterfowl decoys looking ducky (and goose-ish)

Deke upkeep

Your decoys aren't duping ducks and geese? It’s probably time for some long overdue maintenance


Pack and transport full-bodied decoys in individual bags or compartments so they don’t rub together and get marred. Several different bag styles are available, but the important thing is for the decoys to fit in tight enough that they don’t move around. Individual compartments in the bags are good because they keep the decoys separated. Don’t stack extra or loose decoys into the top of the bag, even if there’s room—again, you don’t want the shells touching each other.


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