Naturegirl wrote:Honestly I didn't see a difference, but I only tried them once plus it is about impossible to get them up to the tops of the trees where the birds would normally land.
Naturegirl, take your decoys and attach a snap swivel to the back of the decoy where they have that molded plastic loop. Attach the other end of the swivel to a rod and reel. Cast it over the high limbs and reel it up to where it looks like the dove is sitting on the tree limb. Keep the line tight and lay the rod on the ground. Works like a charm. In order to get them down, don't
try to reel them back over the limb. Simply give the reel some slack and when the decoy reaches the ground, unsnap the swivel and reel it over the tree limb. If you don't you may pull on the decoy and get it hung up in the tree.
If you hunt WITH your children today, you won't hunt FOR them tomorrow
Put "em in the woods and keep 'em off the streets
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