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What do you all use for an Extension pole for you mojo?
I dont know if should spend the 30 bucks to get the one from Macks.
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I just use some pipe the highschool ag shop gave me. Its pretty heavy, but it was free.
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I used piece of 1/4" tubing about 5 feet long. I then cut a piece of 1/2" tubing about 6" long. Then I cut a piece of 3/4" tubing about 6" long and cut the end back at an angel. I put the three inside each other and botled them together. It's a little long but it beats spending $30 bucks on a factory made one.
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PVC pipe that fits accordingly. I paint the pipe flat black or green. Works fine for mine anyway.
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i just used a matel pipe and it works beter then the normal one
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quackerkiller wrote:i just used a matel pipe and it works beter then the normal one
did the same thing and works great, much more sturdier
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i took a 10 foot long 3/4" metal conduit pipe, then painted it with flat green paint. then i took the piece of mojo pole that hooks into the ducks body and laid it beside the pole. i then took two hose clamps and slid over the two pipes and secured them together. it works great in the big lake i hunt as there is usually 3 foot of muck in four foor of water. not as practical to carry but i hunt from a boat and it works good. total cost about 6 bucks not counting the spray paint. [/url]
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i use a tv antenna tripod. the one that goes on the roof. pulled it out of the neighbors scrap pile after he got cable. takes up more room in the boat than i would like but it collapses easily. my motion wing doesn't tip over any more !!
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