Current Inventory & Price Adjustment Update

Goose Decoys

2021 Inventory Announcement:

Due to high demand and pre-orders for our domestic line of Canada and Speck decoys, we are no longer able to guarantee that orders placed after August 1st, 2021 will be produced and delivered by Fall 2021. Any orders placed after this date may still be shipped in 2021, in the order they were received, if we have time after all pre-orders are shipped out. Any of these orders that are not shipped, will be placed at the top of the pre-order list that will begin shipping out in Spring 2022.


Snow Goose Decoys

Snow Goose decoys are still available and arriving as they are completed now through October. We are still fulfilling pre-orders, but we expect to keep some stock through the fall. 


Now Offering Free Shipping

Due to rising shipping costs on larger boxes, we are now offering our decoys in smaller pack sizes. This allows us to offer Free Shipping to our customers if you order 6 or more boxes of goose decoys. Free Shipping will automatically apply once you hit 6 or more boxes.


Pricing Updates

Over the past few years the cost of production has gone up. Adding to that, the current shipping and material cost has recently shot up with the current situation. We try to find ways to keep these costs down, but we are never going to sacrifice the quality and realism of our decoys.

We will be slightly increasing the price on certain decoys to adjust for this. With that said, we will still be offering the same great bulk discounts starting at 10 boxes and Free Shipping at 6 boxes. To learn more about these discounts, click the link below. 

We have the best customers in the world and we cannot thank you enough for your support!

– The DSD Team

3 thoughts on “2021 Inventory & Price Update

  1. James Dean says:

    Any update on the Canada sleeper decoy?

    Any thoughts on making them available to current customers before advertising?

  2. Donald Thayer says:

    I ordered my deer decoy mos ago. I was charged for it and have not received it. Is it standard policy to charge even if it’s not in stock rather than put me on a waiting list?

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