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Cheesy title? I figured it'd get the thread some looks. I just saw it today, it's a motorized spinning wing mounted on a stake. Looks like a good product. 20 bucks a piece. It seems to me it has the basic needs for a motion decoy, flashing colors. Seems like it would be good to have a few on the outside of hte goose spread in the field. Does anyone know anything about them? What do you guys think.
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They look like they would do a good job of making sure the ducks don't go to your spread.
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The group ended up with 420 birds.
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:withstupid: ... WOW... what next.
A duck that poops? If they come out with one of those, they'd better use one of them new flam deeks.. they look like there constipated.. lol. I'm all for realism. lol... cept I never saw a constipated duck, so guess flams are outta the question. lol
Aim for their lips...
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lord what now.....more mojo crapo.....If it uses batteries or electricity, it has to go........BAN EM ALL
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texan68 wrote:lord what now.....more mojo crapo.....If it uses batteries or electricity, it has to go........BAN EM ALL
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