:withstupid:Quack-Addict23 said:I would agree, I think they help a bunch in the early season but later in the season the birds can recognize one. I like the jerk string, I built one in the off season and went out scouting about a week ago, tried it out and had ducks commited. good luck
I think that is weak and not very well thought out. I use from 0 to 3 on any given day depending on my mood and how I percieve the ducks reacting to the Mojo's. This being said, according to you and apparently alot of other people, this makes me less of a hunter. OK, whatever. Here is the bottom line; No matter what you do to bring ducks in, provided it is in accordance with your particular gaming laws and done in a gentlemanly fashion, you are hunting fairly and ethically. Where I'm from the bag limit is still 6 ducks per day no matter what the spread. BTW, I sometimes take out a Mallard Machine with my 3 Mojo's. Trust me, carrying all the gear I have hardly qualifies me as a *****.MN banned the use of motorized spinning wing decoys on public land this year. It's been nice, because now we can seperate the real hunters from the pu$$ys. The decoys should be banned nation wide.
Take a gallon jug of milk filled with concrete and attach a bungee cord to the handle dropping it 100 or so feet from your blind. On the other end of the bungee attach some good decoy line. On this decoy line attach X amount of decoys on your way back to the blind. Jerk when you see the ducks.How do you guys build a jerk string?? My friend has a mallard machine with a remote, and so far this season, it hasn't produced like you think it should. Personally, I think the 4 decoys so close together with the battery case floating nearby looks foney, and any sharp mallard should be able to pick up on it.........any thoughts???