i use carry-lite that i got from cabela's for 140$ a doz (got them 2-3 yrs ago) but for some reason they went cheap and now i got a couple BF floaters jut cuz i wanted a couple more floaters. Ive had no prob with them and would get them again
Okay, I bought a dozen G&H Floaters and used them last season. They now have my vote over the foots. They are super lightweight and the paint is indestructible. I think I am gonna buy 6 doz. snow goose floaters from them now.
U used to use G&H, their paint finish is awsome IMHO. But I usually had 10% of the necks break each year. basically the plastic is too thim where it locks in on the head, and cracks/breaks.
So when BF came oiut with their floaters, I tried 8 of them, and loved them even better, a great durable finish, but the heads do not break off. :beer: ANd they are a bit bigger too, which I like.
As for GHG, I have not used them. But being I love to use durable decoys, why would I consider them when I am perfectly happy with what I have?
And if I was to buy all over again and start a from scratch, it would be BF floaters. :thumbsup:
I run Bigfoot and Final Approach floaters after problems with GHGs. The FA were not out too much last year, but the Bigfoots are tough as nails as always. Looks like the FA will work out as well, with no problems at all so far.
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