Duck Hunting for puddlers like Mallards, Sprig (Pintails), Black ducks, Widgeons, Woodducks, Teal, and other ducks.
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I was wondering if any of you guys have noticed that the widgon work the mojo the best of any duck. I was out and every widgon that flew by had to have another look. However, the teal, were the exact oposite, they flaired about 500 yards off.
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No cant say that I have, but every day is different. Usually teal will lite all over the mojo and never even blink. Having widgeons cover you up is a good thing though.
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usally teal and widgeon work the best when i hunt
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Teal and widgeon work just about anything.
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Gaddies here are suckers for the robo. I have almost had to shoot em in self defense, big flcoks too of 100 or more comming down right to the thing. Hell, I have had a teal almost run into it. The teal just fly around doing what they do, I have never seen them flare from my mojo.
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Teal, mallard, spoony's, and especially the gray duck usually get fooled by the mojo down here.
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