Final Approach Releases New Gadwall Floaters

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posted on July 17, 2013
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7/17/2013

Final Approach has introduced a new Gadwall floating duck decoy, to be packaged in a six-pack set. Each Gadwall six-pack includes three drakes and three hens, with several head positions in each pack.

Final Approach decoys are custom-designed to provide definition and realism in the field. Custom paint schemes and the company's realistic texture and feature detail are stapes of its decoys. The new Gadwall decoy features an anatomically correct one-piece construction that incorporates the head and weighted keel.

Available in August, the Final Approach Gadwall decoy six-pack will ship with an MSRP of $94.95.

For more information, go to FABrand.com.

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