Do you think it makes a difference when choosing to buy flocked or unflocked decoys? Flocked crow decoys seem to be a lot more expensive and I have noticed that you don’t seem to use them.
There can be a price difference between flocked and unflocked decoys. Personally, I have a set of non-flocked with a flocked one in among them, which I acquired randomly. There is a difference when they are out in the field. The one flocked decoy does appear to be jet black and stand out better than the non-flocked. Having said that, my shooting diary and films will prove that the non-flocked decoys do a pretty good job at pulling birds in range. If I was to decide between flocked or buying more decoys, I would go for a numbers game and buy more for my money. If budget wasn’t an issue, then I suppose flocked are the way forward.
Tom goes for the numbers game when it comes to decoys