So I saw a couple good tips to get better movement into your weasel ball, not sure if they have been brought up already in this discussion but , what the hell. First, if you are using the foam technique, since the balll its self is weighted differentially to the side where the motor is located, be sure to place that side towardsthe top of your decoy to give it more wobble. I have also heard of guys weighting the foam on one side by shoving marbles or screws at the top of one side . The other trick i have heard is to cut the keel of your decoy to shorten it, making it less stable. These could all help give you more motion in your spread!
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