cluckmeister wrote:Chances are you wont shoot any more geese than you do now, not worth 140 bucks a piece from where I sit
dakotashooter2 wrote:cluckmeister wrote:Chances are you wont shoot any more geese than you do now, not worth 140 bucks a piece from where I sit
Probably get just as good results just spending the money on another dozen decoys...............
Rick Hall wrote:My six Goose Magnets went to the parish dump during "The Great Decoy Shed Purge of '04". Looked good me but worked like a "Stop" sign that held geese up, perhaps waiting to see what they were going to do, just as every other "flyer" that doesn't land I've tried has.
Wouldn't want to opine on either the moving heads or Fowl Trax without having gunned over them, but re: movement in general, I'm not keen on movement I can't control.
dakotashooter2 wrote:I have not done it yet but I have always considered drilling the stake holes completely through on a couple and inserting a stop pin on a lanyard. The idea being when the geese started to get close to pull the pins and let the goose magnets drop to the ground.
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