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Mojo Ducks

Postby duckhunter054 » Thu Sep 24, 2009 2:58 pm

Is it legal to use Mojos in North Dakota? I will Be there the first weekend for non residents and later in October.
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Season Totals 2009:
Geese: 2
Mallards:5
Teal:3
Wood Ducks:0
Ringnecks:0
Bufflehead:
Readheads:5
Wiegon:10
Ruffed Grouse: 0
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Re: Mojo Ducks

Postby duckhunter054 » Fri Sep 25, 2009 9:24 pm

Also another question... I was told you cannot hunt water of any size surrounded by standing crops.. is that true?
Any help is great.
Season Totals 2009:
Geese: 2
Mallards:5
Teal:3
Wood Ducks:0
Ringnecks:0
Bufflehead:
Readheads:5
Wiegon:10
Ruffed Grouse: 0
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Re: Mojo Ducks

Postby nek9handler » Sun Sep 27, 2009 10:58 pm

Yes they are legal and I am not sure about the crop question.....

Never heard of that before.......

Usually when I come up all crops are out

The more Mojo's the better even though we did not use any last year we still shot a ton of birds

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Re: Mojo Ducks

Postby hnut47 » Mon Sep 28, 2009 1:55 pm

You can still use motion decoys in ND. We used six Mojo's this weekend in the stubble fields. They aren't (in my opinion) nearly as effective as they used to be. I remember when they first came out, ducks would drop out of the clouds to get to them. I've had ducks fly into them in the past and they would want to land directly underneath them, I don't see that any more.

You can't hunt in any standing/unharvested crops without the permission of the landowner. If there is access, without going through the crops, you can hunt the water.
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Re: Mojo Ducks

Postby duckhuntingchat.com » Tue Oct 06, 2009 9:34 pm

Not many farmers want guys rolling though their unharvested stuff...sunflowers are coming out now.
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Re: Mojo Ducks

Postby frftrnick » Fri Oct 16, 2009 3:49 pm

From what I understand you can use mojo's. About the crop thing.....I was always told if it has crops on or near it, don't hunt it.
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