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#6900938 - 09/27/17 12:58 PM Mojo Pole Extensions
briancooper Offline
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Does anyone have a thought for a homemade mojo pole extension? I know you can buy them, but there's got to be a better/cheaper way. Thanks!

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#6900950 - 09/27/17 01:07 PM Re: Mojo Pole Extensions [Re: briancooper]
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I buy the electrical metal condoit at Home Depot. Get the long peice, cut to length you want. Hammer one end to make it point to jam in mud, other end your standard mojo poll goes in. Spay paint it, black brown whatever.

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#6901020 - 09/27/17 02:01 PM Re: Mojo Pole Extensions [Re: Guy]
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Originally Posted By: Guy
I buy the electrical metal condoit at Home Depot. Get the long peice, cut to length you want. Hammer one end to make it point to jam in mud, other end your standard mojo poll goes in. Spay paint it, black brown whatever.


Exactly

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#6901191 - 09/27/17 04:08 PM Re: Mojo Pole Extensions [Re: briancooper]
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bingo

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#6902002 - 09/28/17 09:24 AM Re: Mojo Pole Extensions [Re: briancooper]
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Do those really help?

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#6902043 - 09/28/17 09:58 AM Re: Mojo Pole Extensions [Re: briancooper]
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^^^ without a doubt.
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#6902211 - 09/28/17 11:54 AM Re: Mojo Pole Extensions [Re: briancooper]
briancooper Offline
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Thanks guys!! I'll head to HomeDepot today

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#6902238 - 09/28/17 12:17 PM Re: Mojo Pole Extensions [Re: briancooper]
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Just make sure you stick it in the mud good so it doesn't blow over

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#6902338 - 09/28/17 01:36 PM Re: Mojo Pole Extensions [Re: briancooper]
Gengo Offline
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1/2" PVC fits over the mojo pole. I use about a 5' PVC pole that doubles as my walking stick. Spray paint it brown. Light, cheap, and easy.

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#6902672 - 09/28/17 06:36 PM Re: Mojo Pole Extensions [Re: snake oil]
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Originally Posted By: snake oil
Do those really help?

The mojo or the extension pole? I think extension vs no extension, you are simulating 2 different things. With no extension, which normally results in mojo right above the water, your mojo looks like a duck flapping on the water, like stretching.... Like below...



When you put on extension, you are simulating a duck landing. Like pic below...



Late morning mallards, when they are circling, they see that mallard mojo in the air like that, they see it as the "lead duck" and they "fall in line" like the pic above. Other ducks, they do not "fall in line" like mallards, and I think mojos are less effective with them. I think the mojo is effective on all ducks at first light, but after first light I have my doubts about other ducks, probably better off with no mojo. When I had my gaddy honey hole private duck lease, I did not think the mojo was effective at all, except for first 15 minutes of legal.





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#6902683 - 09/28/17 06:46 PM Re: Mojo Pole Extensions [Re: Guy]
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Maybe garret will chime in, he is the expert.

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#6904767 - 10/01/17 10:02 AM Re: Mojo Pole Extensions [Re: Guy]
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Originally Posted By: Guy
Originally Posted By: snake oil
Do those really help?

The mojo or the extension pole? I think extension vs no extension, you are simulating 2 different things. With no extension, which normally results in mojo right above the water, your mojo looks like a duck flapping on the water, like stretching.... Like below...



When you put on extension, you are simulating a duck landing. Like pic below...



Late morning mallards, when they are circling, they see that mallard mojo in the air like that, they see it as the "lead duck" and they "fall in line" like the pic above. Other ducks, they do not "fall in line" like mallards, and I think mojos are less effective with them. I think the mojo is effective on all ducks at first light, but after first light I have my doubts about other ducks, probably better off with no mojo. When I had my gaddy honey hole private duck lease, I did not think the mojo was effective at all, except for first 15 minutes of legal.






Well my bad I was thinking dove.....lol

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#6904837 - 10/01/17 11:11 AM Re: Mojo Pole Extensions [Re: snake oil]
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Originally Posted By: snake oil

Well my bad I was thinking dove.....lol

Lol, dove never even cross my mind. After open weekend I forget about dove. Only reason I would put dove on an extension is if hunting unmowed, high vegetation.

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