jscheirer wrote:Td... you've done the hard part and have some spots to hunt. How long have you been hunting? The best I can say is experiment with spreads. I can assure you an open water setup will not be the same as some ponds. Don't be afraid to try new things and do whatever you want!
Try and match whatever you see in the area though. Thats the main thing
mudpack wrote:Use a modified J-set with mixed divers and gadwalls. Then, add at least seven Mojos and two baby mojos. Put the Mojos in the hole. If the wind is from the SSW, switch to a semi C-set and use just six Mojos and two baby mojos. Put the divers at the NNE corner of the hole, with the baby mojos. If the temps are below 16degrees F., trade out the gadwalls for 9 GW teal drake decoys, and put them up close to the far bank. Use this setup during the first 45 minutes of shoot time. After that, pull the divers and two of the Mojos, and move the remaining decoys into an L-set with only wigeon hens, half rigged head-on, half rigged tail-on.
You should limit out every time.
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