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I was wondering if you should call at ringnecks with a diver call, or just let them work the decoys?
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Ringers will turn for a diver call, a mallard call, or a whistle. The dont always setup ta land, but, you can slow em down ta Mach II
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when divers are working I prefer to just make some quacks and feeding chuckles just to give the decoy spread a little life. I've never had much success with ctually tryin to call to scaup or other divers. Its all about your decoy spread and concealment.
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Most ducks respond very well to mallard calls.
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most divers KNOW where they are goin, The ones in my area can be called at some of the time, but most times the ones we kill were just spashed down in the dekes outa no where
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