I'm thinking about ditching all of my cheapo diver decoys and go to a smaller more realistic spread. Any suggestions?
I think here in florida it will be opened aaina nd Im going to Md. and the guide says theres a great chance there as well ...Good luckAddictedtoQuack said:
Go cork, Herters fall apart and simply dont hold up. Greenbhead gear.com came out with cheap but great looking plastic deeks with removable keels I got some their nice, G&H are awesome PLASTIC deeks but man plastic...but with the plastics you shoot them their gone. Save up and go cork ..cant go wrong ! LaterDiver Danner said:I'm thinking about ditching all of my cheap diver decoys and go to a smaller more realistic spread. Any suggestions?
You can shoot 1 per day in Michigan, provided you eat it quickly as you cannot have more than a couple in possesion.AddictedtoQuack said:
I USE HERTERS DECOYS, THE MAGNUM SIZE AND ARE MADE OF SOLID STYROFOAM, I HUNT THE OPEN WATERS OF SAGINAW BAY IN MICHIGAN AND THEY HAVE PERFORMED FANTASTIC FOR ME.Diver Danner said:I'm thinking about ditching all of my cheapo diver decoys and go to a smaller more realistic spread. Any suggestions?
Montana allows the harvest of one canvasback from opening weekend (last weekend in sept. or first weekend in oct.) until the very beginning of december. this past season cans closed dec. 2, and opening day was oct 4. these dates were good for the part of the state the falls into the Pacific flyway. The portion of the state in the central flyway opened oct 4 and closed nov. 11 allowing the harvest of one canvasback also. The same dates and limits held for pintails.KP said: