If fact, we think an appropriate new classification of duck and goose hunting gear is RatSpec™.
RatCord is a durable, long lasting decoy line made for years of abuse while duck or goose hunting your favorite marshes, rivers, and other waterways.
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What Other Rats are Saying
"...the RatCord that you sent me last year before the season worked really good. Honestly the best deke line I have ever used. Never had a single weight break off all season and I hunted 93 days. A few weeks that we hunted it was 0 degrees for a high and -15 at shooting time...RatCord stayed limber and strong. Thanks! It worked great."
"So far the RatCord has lived up to my expectations on two hunts...does great when you CAN see it because it is the same color as a lot of the dead plants..."
"Was freaking awesome...Held up in calm as well as rough Atlantic waters! Cold did not impact the product. Makes hooking up dekes so much easier!"
"The RatCord worked great I like it a lot I actually put it on a few diver decoys and used it all season with no problems."
"I really like the RatCord. It worked good for the few times out."
"Kudos...for producing RatCord decoy line. I use cord stops to adjust the length on my decoys and to make it easy to bag them. I've tried a lot of different decoy lines but they always allow the cord stop to slip with just a little tug. The RatCord holds it tight and forces you to pinch the cord stop if you want to move it and that's what I want. It's good durable stuff. I like the fact that it's drab brown and it's easy to sort my decoys from everybody else."
"I used RatCord on three dozen decoys last year, it withstood two weeks of below freezing conditions and a year of hard hunting!"
- Matte finish
- Does not float
- Super strong
- Weather and water resistant
- Handles wide temperature ranges
- Flexible with right amount of "hand"
- Use with or without fasteners
So pick up some RatCord the next time you need to rig your duck or goose spread. The Decoy Line with Bite.™
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