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Thanks for all the ideas guys. Now I just have to decide which one to build!
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Check out ureaduck.com and their "H" bar. It's similar to the pvc setup above, but it's just shaped like an "H" with floater decoys on each tip. By letting some space between the bottom of the decoys and the h-bar, the h-bar is hidden better, being deeper in the water. I also find the extra space works like a shock absorber when waves pass. It's surprisingly stable even in heavy waves. I just made mine, but they're for sale as well.
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TTt for mojo floater post
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Mossberg thanks for the plans. I now have 2 for the season. I tested them in my pond and they put off a lot of ripples as well. They are very stable. Thinking about adding a hole in the upright and mojo to secure it.
One thing we did differently was to not file out the upright to fit the mojo peg. We took the mojo metal post that was the same size as the mojo peg, heated it with a butane torch and shoved it in the upright. The mojo now fits perfectly and very snug.
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