gomer snerd wrote:imho when they first came out you could get ducks to go to places they were not used to going. The guys that had the good spots claimed or rented saw that the less fortunate of us could kill ducks. Their ducks. Heresy!!! We can't have that!! "Foul!" they cried." Unfair! We are paying big bucks to kill our ducks and now these guys are shooting some of them." "That's not how pawpaw did it. I don't want to do it that way and they shouldn't either!"
I like how folks say they don't work anymore. Then why outlaw them?? If you don't like them then don't use them. You like diet pepsi then drink it.
rivershark wrote:The funny part behind alot of this discussion is that a ton of people say "I don't use them" but if you drive through the woods on any wma id say 9 out of 10 holes has a spinner or 6. For so many people screaming I don't use them I sure do see alot in the woods.. if it helps me kil just 1more duck a year im using it. Maybe im not the ethical saint or mallard master most pretend to be but oh well. And also I do drive a dodge but I drink pepsi max lol.. love it.
CraZyMatt wrote:Well, I guess I'll see y'all on the internet.
aunt betty wrote:I use spinners. Usually one. Its a tool. I use mine to get the ducks to attempt to land EXACTLY where I want them. Spend a lot of time studying a hole to see just where that spot is on what days by scouting and watching. It usually takes me a few days of messing up to get it right in a new hole. Part of the fun is going thru this process.
If everyone else gives up motion decoys I would be happy happy.
Less hassle charging batteries. I have a jerk rig.
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