IdahoSkies wrote:I find that they work real well early season, and then not very well later on, unless you are hunting a field where they are the a true duck vacuum. That said, if you are looking to get one take a look at
http://www.realduck.com/ they are an Idaho Company (moscow) with a good product. I hunted over one last year and liked it so much I bought on for my self. I like this one because its a floater and I don't generally hunt fields, I hunt ponds and occasionally some rivers. You don't have to worry about stakes and the wings are pretty durrable (you wont be replacing them every season). I don't work for them or even know the guys other than they are from Moscow.
If everyone else has a motorized decoy, you may want to try a jerk cord (I built one last year from some junk from harbor freight and a thrift store dumbell for about $7.00. It worked real well when I took my sister out for the youth hunt and its different and probably wont cause the birds to flare later in the season like the mojos surely will.
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