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Floating Alligator Head Decoy w/ Reflective Eyes

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  • Realistic and Lifesize alligator predator decoy
  • Realistic motion propelled by water and wind movement. No electricity needed
  • Ideal for water gardens, koi ponds, fish farms, and even swimming pools
  • UV resistant to ensure a long life of predator prevention
  • Effective at scaring away birds, geese, swan, egrets, heron, cormorants, and more!

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Product Description

 If you find your pond is infested with visitors looking for a free and easy meal of your expensive koi fish, it may be time to invest in a "guard gator". These realistic floating predator decoys are a sure fire way to ensure your pond is protected from unwated visitors. Alligators serve as the apex predator for most of the United States. Other fish hungry predators such as Blue Heron would rather head for the hills than to try competing with these reptiles. Taking advantage of these natural instincts these gator heads provide an economical and effective method of keeping your fish and koi ponds safe.
Made from a durable urethane foam, complete with reflective eyes and hand painted with UV resistant paint; No two alligator decoys are alike. Each one floating realistically in the water. Capable of free floating or can be tethered into place. These versatile alligators are a must have for your pond!

Available in Sizes:


28" - has exposed top teeth


As with all decoys, it is a good practice to periodically move alligator to provide illusion of realism

Northern ducks such as Mallards and Woods tend to have no experience with alligators and don't have an instinctual fear. Success with these decoys has been limited.

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  1. Wife scared to tears 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Jun 6th 2018

    I placed this in the culvert in front of my home in Florida. We do have migrating alligators. My wife saw this and jumped sky high. It was worth the laugh if nothing else. Mailman was not too happy either.....

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