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just wondering what type of spinner you guys suggested. Is one notably better than onother? is one louder than another, and therefor flareing ducks sooner? heard the lucky duck was far better for the amount of noise than the mojo. any advice on choosing a decoy would be helpful.

also do you find a remote to be nessasary to sucess? is it worth the $50?
 

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none of the ones you posted........if any I would have to go with the Air Lucky powered by mothernature.....I'm sorry guys but batteries in my opinion aren't to be used in duckhunting. I wish they would ban those things nation wide.
 

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I use the lucky duck it works great for what i need it for. A couple of hunts this season, I had birds land almost on top of my lucky duck. If that does get your attetion I don't know what will. Good luck with the pole.............SEE YEAH :thumbsup:
 

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I have 2 baby mojos but am planning on buying a floating mojo whatever they call that thing. I like the fact it is on the water. If you look at ducks...particularly mallard, they sit on the water and periodically do that little wing flap thingamajig.

It has a function that operates on and off and they look great on the water.

By the way...if you are opposed to motor decoys that is fine and we all respect your opinion. But as for now they are not outlawed and they help me kill more duck. So until they get outlawed.....go mojo.
 

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Actually I have both a lucky duck and a robo duck. The robo is like the lucky duck, but on steroids. The robo's wings spin way faster, its like a little fan if you get too close to it. I like my lucky because I think they wings spin easier with a high wind.
 

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It won't matter which one you get. I hunted with buddy's that had them and since I lived so far I always stay until shoot time is over. As soon as they would pack up the ducks would too. I'm going to get one of each kind for next season; bottom feeder, mojo, and quiver. The guys have socks and rubber bands to tighten up the rattles. If anyone knows of a sale send it my way!
 

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I have 5 moving dekes....and NO I don't use them all at the same time. Can't carry them all... :toofunny:
I have 2 Mallard Drake Flambeau skyscrapers, 1 hen Lucky duck, 1 Mallard Drake Flapp'n Duck with a remote that swims in a circle and flaps wings (pretty neat looking deke) and 1 remote operated Mallard Drake that I made from a Flambeau deke and a kids cheapy remote control truck.......it works great and was cheap, it was also my first one. You can go to "Gear "section of this site and see the topic "homemade items", or something like that and read how I made it and out of what. Kinda cool deke to make. :salude:
 

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I have a super lucky duck, a buddy of mine has a mojo and once he saw lucky in action he went and got one himself. The mojo is a big ugly wobblin' and not to mention noisy piece of chit. Super Lucky is so much smoother.

Have no expeience with the robos.
 

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like said before i dont think it matters what one you get but personally i have a mojo and a baby mojo last year i had a teal comming in and it was flying really low so i didnt want to shoot any of my dekes so we waited till it got out of the deked but it was about to land and smack straight into the mojo adn tipped it over lol but we still got the duck.... they really do try to land right on top of them i guess
 
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