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More mojo ?s

Postby Threejs » Fri Sep 06, 2013 6:26 pm

I am sure all of these answers are in the archives in this site. But i am going to customize my questions and dont feel like reading 30 pages of information. I want to get a mojo (or lucky duck whichever) to run in about 4' of water. My questions are as follows:

1. If running 1-2 dozen dekes should i use 1 mojo or would 2 be better?

2. Do you put them in the spread like it is another decoy?

3. Should the mojo sit at water level or should it be higher?

Thanks for the help. This website contains a wealth of knowledge and is very useful.
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Re: More mojo ?s

Postby Justin Weber » Fri Sep 06, 2013 6:51 pm

1. Your choice!
2. In the landing hole
3. Up above unless their designed too sit at water level
At 4' of water you will have a tough time getting the stake they come with too get them above water level. We buy 3/4" conduit poles that are 12' long, cut them in half, and bolt them to the stake.
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Re: More mojo ?s

Postby Threejs » Fri Sep 06, 2013 7:10 pm

Thanks again for the help. I know I will need to extend the pole. Where I hunt the pond has a muck bottom. It's good to hear about a cheaper alternative to buying the extensions.
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Re: More mojo ?s

Postby :-) » Fri Sep 06, 2013 9:52 pm

Unless you're just 100% sold on Mojo's you may want to look at the WonderDuck. I really like mine, and I just got 3 more a couple weeks ago.

http://www.wonderduck.com/
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Re: More mojo ?s

Postby Willie » Fri Sep 06, 2013 9:55 pm

I'll deploy three to five of them sometimes at various heights. I have a ten foot piece of conduit that I'll use for the high flyer and the poles get shorter from there.
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