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frozen water

Postby flightdoc84 » Tue Dec 16, 2008 6:23 pm

hey so im in kansas and all the bottoms are frozen my little ponds i hunt are frozen but there are a ton of pheasant fields and stuff around all that and there is about 6 inches of snow on the ground now i am pretty sure i can use my floaters will a mojo even make a difference with snow and should i buy a tarp? to make it look like water.
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Postby mallardmadness » Thu Dec 18, 2008 11:56 am

If there is many ducks around and everything is froze you need to get a hole open even if its only 15 ft wide or so. You can open one by cutting the ice or breaking it with some type of hammer or I use my gun. If you get that hole open put a couple decs in it and use your mojo you will slay them. If there is ducks there and they find the open water they will be there. Good Luck :hammer: :hammer:
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Postby joshco84 » Tue Dec 30, 2008 12:33 pm

Hey i didnt see this, you should have posted in the kansas forum.

When everything is froze up, get your goose dekes out and set up in a field in a fairly close proxemety to an open roost hole. Will kill as many ducks over goose decoys on really cold days as we do geese. Keep a mojo next to your blind so you can turn it on and hold it up when you see ducks, and then put it down when you see geese.
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