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Replacement pole for Mojo Mallard #4693069 10/26/13 07:58 PM
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Looking for a replacement pole for my mojo mallard. The pole that came with it just is too flimsy. Does anyone make an aftermarket pole? Im also looking for something a little longer hopefully.

Re: Replacement pole for Mojo Mallard [Re: Zach Caudle] #4693147 10/26/13 08:38 PM
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PVC painted green, tall as you want it!


Re: Replacement pole for Mojo Mallard [Re: BadLander] #4693150 10/26/13 08:38 PM
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Conduit works well

Re: Replacement pole for Mojo Mallard [Re: Waterfowlhnter] #4694201 10/27/13 05:44 AM
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1" steel electrical conduit. Home Depot; $7 for a 10' pc.
Makes two 5' poles.
Hammer one end flat. This end goes in the mud.
Using a vice, gently hammer the other end square. Should end up with a square end that's 3/4" x 3/4" across the flats . . perfect for the mojo peg.
Use a big screw driver to flare the end a bit. Helps get the mojo in and out.
Paint the conduit and your good to go.

You wont like PVC. Not stiff enough.

Re: Replacement pole for Mojo Mallard [Re: Littledog] #4694387 10/27/13 01:23 PM
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Originally Posted By: Littledog
1" steel electrical conduit. Home Depot; $7 for a 10' pc.
Makes two 5' poles.
Hammer one end flat. This end goes in the mud.
Using a vice, gently hammer the other end square. Should end up with a square end that's 3/4" x 3/4" across the flats . . perfect for the mojo peg.
Use a big screw driver to flare the end a bit. Helps get the mojo in and out.
Paint the conduit and your good to go.

You wont like PVC. Not stiff enough.


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Re: Replacement pole for Mojo Mallard [Re: wal1809] #4695513 10/27/13 10:30 PM
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Take the top part of the current stake. Cut 6" from the top. Get a piece of 1/2" electric conduit. make the piece fit over the conduit, top will slide on the mojo, perfect fit. You can make it as long or short as you want. My dove mojo poles are 2 part, so I can get it 5' in the air or 10" by putting the 2 sections together with a conduit coupler.

Re: Replacement pole for Mojo Mallard [Re: BMowatt] #4698033 10/28/13 07:27 PM
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Somebody needs to make (and sell) a "mojo conduit adapter".
About 6" long with a 3/4" square receptacle at one end and round on the other end for fitting into steel conduit.

Powder coat it muddy green and sell them for $9.95 all day long.

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Re: Replacement pole for Mojo Mallard [Re: Littledog] #4699022 10/29/13 12:42 AM
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A piece of 1/2 inch rebar

Re: Replacement pole for Mojo Mallard [Re: BadLander] #4704498 10/30/13 03:24 PM
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thanks guys....

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