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As the temperatures start to drop across most of the country, waterfowl hunting is just starting to get good. With over two months of duck and goose hunting left in many states, there is still plenty of time to get new gear and replace those beat-up decoys.

Black Friday sales are in full swing and there are some great deals for duck hunters. We tracked down some of the best sales on decoys, jackets, shirts, and more. And many of these deals are from quality brands including gear from Sitka and MOJO. These sales are only for a limited time so act fast if you need to find a gift for the waterfowl hunter in your life.

Sitka Delta Wading Jacket $319 (Was $399)

There a quite a few diehard waterfowl hunters on our Field & Stream staff and we are big believers in the quality gear that Sitka makes. The Delta Wading Jacket has a reinforced Gore-Tex Pro fabric that will keep you dry in the worst conditions. It is the ultimate outer layer for duck hunters that are battling cold temps, high winds, rain, and snow. It accommodates for layering while remaining breathable.

Sitka Merino Heavyweight Half-Zip $127 (Was $159)

Layering is a must in waterfowl hunting and the Sitka Merino Heavyweight Half-Zip serves hunters well in both early and late season. It has the warm, moisture-wicking features of merino wool and remains extremely breathable. It is comfortable and lightweight. Wear it alone during the early season and then throw it on as a layer when the snow starts to fall.

Sitka Hudson Bib $439 (Was $549)

These durable Sitka Hudson Bibs have a waterproof GORE-TEX shell and reinforced knees & seat for when you are on the ground setting decoys and sitting in the blind. Duck hunters put their gear through the wringer and these bibs were built to withstand the demands of diehard waterfowlers.

Sitka Dakota Hoody $239 (Was $299)

This may be one of the best pieces of gear in the Sitka waterfowl lineup. The Dakota hoody is one of the most versatile duck jackets around. It works great in both early and late season and can also be worn as a layer. It is made from a 3-layer GORE-TEX material with Windstopper technology. It has a lofted fleece interior and built in hand muff to keep you warm on freezing days.

MOJO Outdoors Elite Series Spoonzilla Shoveler $54 (Was $90)

The Spoonzilla might be one of the most fun decoys on the market and it will definitely turn some heads at duck camp. The overemphasized bill is the unique feature of this spinner and it plays homage to where shovelers get their nickname—spoonbills. It has the same construction as a typical MOJO spinner and the remote is sold separately.

Mojo Outdoors Elite Series Mini Mallard Waterfowl Spinning Wing Decoy $65 (Was $78)

The matching half to the Mini Hen is the Mini Drake. Like the hen version, this compact spinner makes for easier transportation and storage. The paint scheme is extremely realistic and durable. The rubber feet are a nice addition that gives the decoy even more realism.

MOJO Outdoors Elite Series Pintail Duck Waterfowl Hunting Decoy $57 (Was $90)

This Pintail spinner from MOJO is built with the same design we’ve come to expect from the company over the years. The battery and working components are stored in the body housing and it runs on 4 AA batteries. The detailed paint scheme is what separates this lifelike spinner. Hunters who target pintails will find this decoy extremely useful.

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