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With weather getting colder finally should i change my decoy set up at all or leav it also i hunt the corner of a large pond an the the wheat an grass in the middle leave about a 30 yard strip of watter open on the edges normally i only do one landing area like this.
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really depends on wind and how the ducks were sitting there when you scout.
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duckstoppa wrote:really depends on wind and how the ducks were sitting there when you scout.
Read the birds and give them what they want.
Don't be afraid to mix it up if they don't play.
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