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Mallard Hen - Decoy Kite

SKU JMH
Save $45.00 Save $45.00
Original price $90.00
Original price $90.00 - Original price $90.00
Original price $90.00
Current price $45.00 AUD
excl GST
$45.00 - $45.00 AUD
Current price $45.00 AUD
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  • The most realistic flying decoys of all

    These realistic kites beat their wings, bank on the air and soar to new heights emulating a bird in flight.
    From a distance it is hard to distinguish a real bird from one of these kites. 

    800mm wingspan
    Made from Tyvek
    Very lightweight but tough
    Suited for up to 50km/h winds

    Kite is best flown from a telescopic pole, but can be attached to a surfcaster

  • Free Delivery within New Zealand - on orders over $99.00 + GST
    Same Day Dispatch - we aim to dispatch the same day, for orders placed by 3pm on working days.

    Delivery Times (in normal business conditions):
    NZ Standard Delivery: 2 - 3 working days
    NZ Express Delivery: 1 - 2 working days (overnight to urban address where possible)
    Australia - eParcel Australia tracked post: 3 - 8 workings days
    Rest of the World - International Courier Tracked: 3 - 8 working days.

    Delivery times are are guide and may vary by location.
    Allow an extra 1 - 2 days for rural delivery.
    Saturday delivery is possible to some addresses, please contact us for pricing.

    Delivery costs, where applicable, can be calculated on the cart page, add products to cart then view cart and calculate shipping.

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A Baigent
Canadian Goose

I used the Canadian Goose kite last season and really felt that it worked well. The geese were attracted well, I felt they came in from a long way away, they were miles away and they seemed to start dropping from miles off and just come straight in, which Ive never experienced that before. If I was a betting man, Id say it was the goose kite that did it.

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Ross
Nice

Decoy works awesomely

H
Hunter
High flying birds seem to turn and make a line for the kites

Planned a late afternoon shot in pretty miserable conditions. Again the first decoy in place was the Jackite Kite. While still placing full bodied decoys we had ducks wanting to come in!!! Needless to say we had an outstanding afternoons shooting with very little calling. Again even high flying birds seem to turn and make a line for the kites and once flying over or beside the kites!! decoyed straight in to land. I would recommend your product to any hunter looking for an edge when after ducks.

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Happy Hauraki Hunter
The results speak for themselves

I like the Mallard decoy kites. We set up the kite on the outer edge of the landing gap (i.e. into the wind). It steadied up the flight path of the ducks coming through. It made for very consistent shooting, you could almost set up the same shot every time. We got good clean shots with the decoy kite set up. We often get turning and evading with our usual decoy set up, but not this time. Ducks look for company and the decoy kit certainly gave them the company that they were looking for. The results speak for themselves.

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Southland
Fantastic

On the opening of duck shooting we shoot on a large float on an estuary in a lagoon. In the morning the wind was too strong, but the afternoon was perfect. We launched the kite from a surf caster on the back of the float with about 50' of line, and left the rod in a bracket at the back. Within minutes, 5 mallards done a once fly bye and I noticed they were all looking hard at the kite. They quickly turned and approached directly from behind the kite. (NOTE, NO CIRCLING), and hovered both sides of kite only a few feet either side ... it was amazing ... and we shot 4 out of 5. A few minutes later a single came round, following the exact same flight path. Half an hour later another 4 ... same flight path... and 10 minutes later 3 more. Out of the 120 decoys we had set out all round us, it was noted once the kite was out, ALL the ducks hovered right beside the kite, and in good shooting range. We all thought it was fantastic. It looks like a duck flying, and it didn't frighten them. We were sceptical at the start, but hey... we thought it was doing its job, and we got the results.