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Come on boys. Tell the secrets. What kinda decoys ya totin'
I got 4 doz. flambeau mallards and 2 doz flam. teal. Real fun when you set em all out at the same time and then have to pick'em up in the ice.
Thinkin' about getting some mojo's. Any suggestions?
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I got a dozen GHG mallards, and a half dozen wigeons. The tanks I hunt I never put out more than 7-8 decoys. It seems the more I put the more hesitant they become.
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a dozen mallards and a dozen pintail
but im gonna buy another 2 dozen mallards for next season
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1 doz mallards
1 doz pintails
2 1/2 doz bluebills
1/2 doz redheads
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1 - Dz G & H Mallards ( 3 Hens & 9 Drakes)
3 - Single G & H Pintails (All Drakes)
3 - Single G & H Widgeon ( All Drakes)
Use to hunt with several dozen, but have found that a few can be just as deadly, and much easier to get the skittish birds in. cooter
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