Gear for hunting

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Gear for hunting

Postby bpsdiveraddict » Sun Apr 13, 2014 7:45 pm

I want to get into field hunting, targeting mostly ducks. What would be somethings to buy (decoys, mojos, blind) etc and how many. Thanks, also scouting tips would be very appreciated.
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Re: Gear for hunting

Postby Back for more » Thu Apr 17, 2014 11:04 am

layout blind (whichever one works for you ), full body decoys ( 3 or 4 doz should be a good start) or some shells (cheaper than fb's but don't look as good ) . spinning wing decoys help to bring attention to your decoys in the field, if they don't STICK out .

Some Canada geese full bodys or higdon wobbler shells are nice and cheaper.

Scouting tips , same as always . Find where they are eating and hunt it
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Re: Gear for hunting

Postby clymerfowler » Thu Apr 17, 2014 4:57 pm

2 dozen full body geese, dozen mallard shells, 1-2 mojos.
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Re: Gear for hunting

Postby mnwaterfowler98 » Fri Sep 19, 2014 2:57 pm

1-2 dozen Canadas and a mojo or two and you will be able to shoot plenty of ducks in feilds. If you wanna add more, add more geese and maybe a dozen fb mallards

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Re: Gear for hunting

Postby teal12 » Sat Sep 20, 2014 9:36 pm

A good layout that has been muddled with low profile. Canadian full bodies or shells on motion steaks a couple dozen mallard shells with some spinning wing decoys and you should be set. I take a battery drill with me to male holess for my motion steaks once the ground has frozen. As for scouting I would start close to a roost or loafing area but not hunt the roost and just find wherected they are feeding and try to be on the x.
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