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Hey guys. Alls I've ever heard about mojos is that people claim yet work great, or people hate them. I've seen days where I believe they did good, and some where I felt like when I first started and ducks just cruised on by without thinking twice. Tell me your input, or experiences with this either useful tool, or duck deturant
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Always have my mojos and my jerk string. If it looks like ducks might not like the mojos I
A. Put them in the brush so they are less visible or B. turn em off.
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Mojos early season no doubt. Later in the year is when I start taking em down.
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Don't use them much for water hunts anymore...mainly only for field hunts these days.
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