Three weeks into the Wildfowling season we thought we'd give a short review of the Jack Pyke Maxi Decoy Bag, this is a bag we have used extensivley over the last three wildfowling season's and also for Pigeon and Crow decoying.
I'm just backin from a morning flight at ducks out on the rock scaurs and, as usual, the Maxi Decoy Bag proved to be the best for the job. We have a fairly long walk out to the scaurs so it's important that any decoy bag is comfortable to carry and secure on your back which is where the rucksack style shoulder straps really do come into their own. The main compartment of the bag is around 120 Litres and holds more than enough duck decoys along with motherline, netting and my jacket for the walk out. The heavy duty Cordura material is very hard wearing and unlike the net bags it's comfortable on your back and you don't end up with beaks, tails and pegs sticking through the sides. Heading off from the vehicle the bag is easy to pick up with a large carry handle on the top helping you to lift it and get it onto your back. In addition to the main compartment there are two zipped side pockets and I use these for cartridges, a drink and my calls. On the back of the bag is a pocket to hold hide poles although on this occassion I was using it to hold a foam roll mat and I then put that in the bag when I get out onto the shore and use it to lay on.
As for the shooting, well the Wigeon are in but unfortunatley dropped into the channel at the far end of my Scaur right where our other Pro-Staffer Sam Griffin was set up and he ended up with all the shooting and I nice bag of early season Wigeon.
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