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Anyone here use this for rigging there decoys?  Looks like it could prevent some cold hands just curious to get first hand reviews.

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Yes I bought the kit a few years back when I first got into diver hunting. Its a solid kit and will have everything you need to get started hunting with long lines other than the decoys. I recommend. 

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I started switching all mine over last year after I bought a dozen of that style and loved it . I don't know of I have any of the actual brand name, but several different of that type. The huge reduction in tangling , keeping your hands drier, easy carrying a lot of dekes at the same time, the lines being sturdier and not breaking or fraying , lots of pluses . 

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I have a a bunch of my puddle duck decoys on that style of rigs. A dozen with florocarbon lines and a 6-more with the wires. 

They are still a pain in the rear when you are tossing them in the dark, but they sure pick up nice at the end of the day. 

I won't add anymore to my rig. But that's just me. 

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