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Delta Sports Hot-To-Squat Doe Decoy

Delta Sports Hot-To-Squat Doe Decoy

Adding movement to a decoy almost always enhances your setup.

The Hot-to-Squat doe decoy from Delta gives you that option. Pulling a cord raises the tail and makes this decoy squat.


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