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I was thinking of buying one of these things, do they work well? I was hunting today on a lake and a guy not to far away had one of these MOJO's and we got no birds land in our spread, he got his limit easily.....................Is this the best one or should i get another brand of the spinning wing?
 

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The Mojo is the way to go, it makes the waterfowl experience much more enjoyable. I have the Lucky Duck, had a few minor problems with it but the company was very understanding and made sure I had all my parts and was happy with my product ( great company + great product = Happy Duck hunter ) Good luck to yeah, and shoot em' up........ :thumbsup:
 

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If you must have a spinner then mojo is the way to go. I know a place where you can get them shipped to your door cheaper than cabelas or bass pro shops' base price. shoot me a PM and I will tell you where to get them.
 

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i use all lucky ducks ... lil easy to use...(set up) and a better coustmer service...never had any problems with mine or any i have hunted over... but the two best on the market are mojo and lucky so i would go with one of those brands... no matter what brand you buy make sure you unhook the battery when it is not in use ... if not you will burn batterys and they aren't cheap...had a friend burn his mojos battery and it cost 70 for new one almost buy a lucky for that...jsut a lil tip good luck
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Your friend got screwed. You can buy one at cabelas for $15

I just used regular latern batteries. Only went through 4 last year. They last alot longer, but are not rechargable. They were like $3
 
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