gboyd242 wrote:First of all caps lock is not necessary, it doesn't really bother me people consider it like yelling but in type form.
A stomped field should be pretty easy to walk in. Way better than a disced or chiseled field. As for decoys put out whatever you think will work and then adjust if it's not working or you think it could work better. If the fields are hard to walk in and guys have to pack in their deeks then it might be to your advantage to bring in a bunch to make yourself stand out from the other blinds.
#4Buckshot wrote:friedcoot stated: " If I could set out 350-400 decoys only on the days I hunted, I would do it."
I think the UFW is missing a great opportunity here.
After all, it IS winter.
DUCKSPY wrote:IF IT WASNT FOR MY BUDDY IN THE NAVY THAT PUT A LASER GUIDANCE SYSTEM ON MY SHOTGUN I WOULD NEVER GET ANY DUCKS...THE ONLY PROBLEM IS THEY HAVE TO BE WITHIN 25 YARDS FOR THE LASER TO LOCK ON.DUCKSPY
DUCKSPY wrote:.. I START 275 YARDS SOUTHEAST OF BLIND AND RUN STRAIGHT LINE THROUGHBLIND TO THE NORTH WEST 275 YARDS...DECOYS AT BLIND NO MORE THEN 25 YARDS OUT SO WHEN DUCKS CRUSE DOWN LINE OF DECOYS THEY DONT KNOW WHAT HIT THEM....SOUTHWEST OF BLIND I HAVE 60 FLOATING SPECKS ALL THE WAY TO THE CHECK WITH ANOTHER TWO DOZEN FULL BODYSPECKS ON CHECK.....ALSO PAIRS OF EVERTHING HERE AND THERE AND EVERWERE , WITH LOTS OF LANDING PODS EVERWHERE......
grnheadhuntr wrote:Not a Rice hunter but 4000 decoys! I use 12 at the refuge and kill a lot of ducks!
Lets see, 4000 decoys at minimum $20 GHG per dozen!
Hmm thats 333 dozen decoys (LOL)
So you spent $6666 on decoys. I would find a better place to hunt with that much money in decoys.
friedcoot wrote:That had to be a TYPO. No one sets that many decoys out...even rags. I fly over the Valley way too much and the largest was maybe 600...it also had 4 blinds (that I could see) around the perimeter. By the way, if I can see your blind, so can the ducks, esp. if you don't cover your face.
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