Ukcatshunter wrote: I will be lugging everything in through the woods etc. I am thinking 2 dozen mallards. 6 black ducks. 6 pintails.
finsnfeathershunter wrote:Also decide if your decoy weights are too big for where you hunt. Even my largest duck decoy decoy weight is no more than 2 1/2 ounces. My standards are only 1 3/4 ounce solid drop lead sinker style.
Ukcatshunter wrote:I was going to get the Rig Em Right Texas rigs in 4 ounce weights.
So I should add some weights to the goose floaters? I only have 4 so be a waste to order a 12 pack of the bigger weights. I saw some that crimp with pliers and will still slide etc.
Or should I just switch them all to 6 ounce weights and be ok if I do hunt deep water?
I have no boat so I assume deepest depth be 3.5 feet or so based on fact I'll wade to toss/retrieve etc.
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