motorized decoys??

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motorized decoys??

Postby Hooked_On_Ducks » Wed Dec 08, 2004 10:58 pm

Call me lazy :mrgreen: but can you use motorized decoys there????

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Postby buschwacker82 » Sat Dec 11, 2004 12:46 pm

Yes. In New Jersey you can currently use motorized decoys. I am not a fan of this method of hunting but if thats what you do. Have at it.
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Postby Rowdy » Sun Dec 12, 2004 6:22 pm

yes in NJ it is still legal to use any type of robo decoy although they dont always work as good as you would think. in my experience they only attract woodies and smetimes teal...
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Motorized Decoys

Postby RiverRats » Mon Mar 28, 2005 10:08 am

I use a Flambeau Sky-Scraper,It is a effective way to get em to commit.I originallt was against these decoys,but do to competition on the Meadow I opted to buy one.Its tough huntin when theres a guy 500yds away using one of these.I have a remote for mine,when they get interested i shut it down.Sometimes they Flare when making there final approach.It doesnt work as good as it used to ,when we first started using it ,it was like a magnet,now it just gets there attention,HRL
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