Avery Outdoors Announces Pro-Grade Flocked Mallard Decoy

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posted on April 11, 2017
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Avery Outdoors has announced the arrival of its latest waterfowl decoy in the form of its Pro-Grade Flocked Mallard. The new mallard decoy joins Avery's existing line of GHG Pro-Grade decoys, which are designed to have ultra-realistic carvings and paint schemes.

The Pro-Grade line is flocked to eliminate decoy glare and replicate feather detail. The Pro-Grade Mallard line features swivel head active drakes and hens.

The new decoys will be available in active and feeder packs. Each pack of six decoys will ship with an MSRP of $99.99.

For more information, go to AveryOutdoors.com.

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