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If realism is what you demand this is the most detailed and anatomically correct decoy available to hunters. Measuring 24” from breast to tail, the Wobbler Alpha has Higdon’s proprietary rich color-scheme that 100% replicates a Canada Goose. Cut from a Full-Body, the Wobbler Alpha gives you the look of a true Full-Body style decoy yet the portability and stackability of a field shell. The Wobbler’s stake system allows for tremendous decoy movement, even with the slightest breeze. Sold per six-pack with flocked heads. Each Wobbler pack comes with 2 Tru-Feeder Heads, 1 Tru-Sentry Heads, 2 Tru-Walker natural head and 1 Tru-Walker alert head.
Posted by Unknown on 30th Sep 2014
When I got these I was not sure what to expect. I have been running GHG oversized shells. To me when I first sat them up it's evident how natural they look compared to my GHG's. The side profile, the different bodies for the feeders and over all form really makes them. They are closer to full bodies than shells. They are sturdy, paint is great and I have always liked Higdon's flocked heads. They come with STEEL painted stakes which are much better than the typical fiberglass, especially in hard ground. One thing, they don't stack like GHG's, they will take up more room but I think it's worth it. I just sold my GHG's to get another box of these.
Posted by Unknown on 9th Sep 2013
Great looking decoys. Bodies made of heavier material than expected. Should last for some time give reasonable care. Less bulky than full bodies but looks pretty much like very realistic full bodies. Heads a little difficult to install but secure once installed. The stakes have a retaining pin to hold the body on that will undoubtably be lost at some time. I expect several birds will meet their end over this addition to my spread.
Posted by Unknown on 28th Aug 2013
These decoys look nice and move better. Paint does where from stacking must treat like full body or sacrifice a little paint
Posted by MallardMuto on 6th Dec 2012
Added these to my spread to add motion. These move with a slight breeze, and look like the real deal. I regularly now have honkers land in my spread...silly birds! I will be adding more to my spread. The only advise I can give is that the stakes are a bit whimpy in frozen or extra hard ground. I have bent some, but with a little work the can be put back to usable. Good dekes, good paint, not good for the lifespan of geese everywhere!