floater mojo?

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floater mojo?

Postby Iluvetwins » Fri Oct 14, 2005 2:34 pm

how are they? do they tip over or anything?
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Postby ks_waterfowler » Fri Oct 14, 2005 11:02 pm

They do tip. I wasn't impressed with the one I saw.
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Postby alabamabronco » Sat Oct 15, 2005 6:59 am

i have got a regular mojo and i was thinking about making something so it could float on.....2ft x 2ft and camo it.maybe it wouldnt tip over.any thoughts on that?.....

also in a swamp that i hunt ..where its too deep for the mojo pole.i am gonna get a piece of rebar.....long piece and put the mojo out on it

just some thoughts
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Postby Fowlercon » Sat Oct 15, 2005 9:40 am

I love mine....works great. Three things you must do so it functions properly;

1. Make sure the tube is inflated to recommended pressure.
2. Make sure the battery is 100% square in the middle.
3. Using in high wind is fine, in fact better. If you hunt on rough water, forget about it. Any waves whatsoever will capsize it.

BTW, I learned these leasons the hard way. Each infraction will cause it to capsize. That being said, in violation of above rules, mine has spent many an hour under water...............dont worry it will still work, just follow the rules.
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Postby bill f » Wed Nov 02, 2005 4:52 pm

I love my floater,,I hunt ponds, rivers and lake. You must center the battery,,I used velcro,,that keeps the battery in place while in use and allows you to take it out when needing recharged. I love a little wind, The wings hit the water occassionally and the birds love this, i also put the timer on it to stop the wings every few seconds and this helps the look.
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