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I've heard good things about Higdon stackables and I've researched them on their site but I have one question....

How well do they stack?

I often go goose hunting by myself or with one or two other hunting buddies but we always have a lot of ground to cover. My one buddy uses a sled and 2 other seperate bags to haul out about 16 bigfoots.

I throw my dozen shells and motion stakes over my back and whatever else I need but I am just curious on how well they stack. Thanks.
 

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They stack like most any other shell. That is to say they stack alright. They fit extremely tight together and takes some force to get them in. The decoys, for a dozen are not that light either. It be just as good to by s dozen regular shells and get motion stakes for them in my opinion. It is the same basic concept as the stackables. Good luck!
 

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if i had the money i would buy more of the higdon stackable shells. they fit very tight together. although they arent the lightest shells , they are well worth the weight
 

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We've killed more geese over older dekes that are pratically falling apart. They seem to work better than the new decoys. Like I said its only my opinion. The worse any one can do is give them a try.
 
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