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I was just wondering how you feel about mixing a dozen or 2 snows with my honker spread. I am mainly targeting honkers, however on trips to ND it would be nice to have a better chance at decoying some of the smaller flocks.
Is this worth it?
How will it affect honkers coming in?
How would you set them up in the spread?
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If you are seeing snows in the field with the canadas when scouting then it's a great idea. Hell I've even ran snows in my spread here in Indiana when I knew there weren't any snows around just for visibility and it worked great I think up there it would be a good idea.
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In Kansas Big honkers will avoid a spread with snows. However little Canadas will decoy to them readily.
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