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Been hunting this spot one a week and for some reason I can't get them to decoy for nothing. Using dakota decoys and calling them aggressive and non aggressive but still no luck they just won't look my way. Any tips?
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any decoy movement? I prefer a jerk string over a mojo. Often times our jerk string and a mallard machine will bring em in with no calling or minimal calling at all.
Are you hunting birds that have been around a while? Are you leaving your decoys out? These can all be factors in birds flaring.
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You are not where they want to be. Change that, then they will decoy.
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Go where the birds want to be. Hard running traffic on early season birds.
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Indaswamp wrote:You are not where they want to be. Change that, then they will decoy.
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Look for the x. Often on burnt edge, rugged maps with dotted lines.
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Try one of these:
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You didn't put out enough corn.
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What kind of cover are you using? be sure they can't look down into your cover.
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turn off your mojo and hide.
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