I just got in a half dozen Cabela's Collapsible Field decoys. They're made by Sport-Plast. I bought a set of "feeders" and plan to try 'em out Saturday morning. The field we hunt has spilled over into an adjacent corn field that has essentially "sheet water" in the west end. Everytime I've hunted there the ducks have sailed to this area and started to wade out and feed in the mud. So, I decided to try out a few of these dekes. My first impression was "Why didn't I buy more of 'em?" They look really good. They are basically like the rubber turkey dekes that Wal-Mart carries. At $42 shipped per half dozen they ain't what I call cheap, but they aren't nearly as costly as the other "full body" dekes on the market. I had some Flambeau field dekes that I gave away because I hated the way they looked and they were simply fixed in place. These are on a single stake that gives good movement in the wind. (I had 'em out playing with them a few minutes ago just to see how they looked.) The paint schemes are great and they look like DUCKS. They may not help any at all, but I had to give 'em a try to see whether they improved my success rate. What I have planned is to set them up right at the mud/water line and put two inflatables directly behind them to look like ducks swimming to meet them, while I lay, mudded in; in the furrows upwind of them. It may not work out, but the wind and weather for Saturday is supposed to be perfect to try them out. Has anyone else tried this? And specifically has anyone tried these dekes?? Oh yeah..... I've got another corny plan too. I too one of my snow geese rags and cut it down to about a third of hte original size. I'm gonna try to "flag" the ducks just like geese and see if I can get them fixed on the area the feeders are in. I doubt it will work on anything other than ducks at the opposite end of the field, but my logic was that if I can get their attention to the area, then maybe (just maybe) they'll spot the dekes and come in for a closer look. Not too sure how this;ll work either, but if is works on spring season snows; it may be worth a shot on late season mallards. And I'm only going to offer low quacks and feed calls. Anything other than that has flared the ducks smooth off the field lately.