Motion Decoys - Remote

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Motion Decoys - Remote

Postby Cody » Fri Nov 24, 2006 12:43 pm

Question regarding the use of remotes on motion decoys - I have 3 decoys - 1 Mojo & 2 Lucky motions and am looking at adding the remote operation. 1 - how much does it really matter 2 - do I need to stop all 3 when the birds are looking at the spread 3 - Is their a device to control all 3 with 1 remote or do I need to purchase 3 seperate ???
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Postby Smackaduck » Sat Nov 25, 2006 8:30 pm

#1- It doesnt matter that much but when I have finicky birds that make more than three passes I turn it off and it seems to work well.

#2-No you dont need to stop any of them and theyll be fine but like I said for finicky birds I think it helps to cut em off afer they have seen it.

#3-The lucky ducks should work with one remote but Im not sure if the Mojo will be on the same frequency.
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