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I live in washington and you are not allowed to use battery operated decoys.. anyone got any ideas?
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Ducks? Geese? Water? Land? You weren't very specific about what your needs would be. I live over on the East side so I know all about no battery operated decoys.
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Jerk String. Best motion decoy you can have other than a mojo(only when they work).
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Joetpr wrote:Jerk String. Best motion decoy you can have.
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jaysweet3 wrote: Indaswamp wrote:
easy...just manipulate the ruler to make the inch shorter so that 28" reads 30".....
That's how I got a 13" pecker.
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. Works on ball bearings. I seen them roll pretty good in less than 3 m.p.h.
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