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Spinner decoys #7620580 10/01/19 03:34 AM
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Who all uses spinner decoys during the splits? I know they work great on teal but it seems I've always heard big ducks shy away because they see so many by the time they get to TX. What do yall say?

Re: Spinner decoys [Re: chaseh2003] #7620588 10/01/19 03:45 AM
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Use them all the time. If they are flaring birds I turn them off

Re: Spinner decoys [Re: chaseh2003] #7620639 10/01/19 10:46 AM
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I use 4-8 at different heights and they’re on remotes... 12Vmonster.com for the remotes and transmitters.... google pics of Team Towhead decoy spreads... they use 15-20.

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Re: Spinner decoys [Re: chaseh2003] #7620748 10/01/19 01:07 PM
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I run two on one remote. Run them on a timer. About 3 sec on, 5 sec off. Mainly use them in areas where I’m just trying to pull traffic. If I’m on the x, there’s no need. I’ve hunted other states and seen guys run 12-15 but those were areas that were holding 150k+ birds in one refuge. Groups of 50-100 at a time were commonplace.

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Re: Spinner decoys [Re: du4u] #7621149 10/01/19 07:51 PM
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How do you set up a timer for 2 decoys? Is it pretty simple?

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Re: Spinner decoys [Re: chaseh2003] #7621495 10/02/19 04:12 AM
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Will the lucky duck remote work with a mojo?

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No. I run two LD HD, not mojos

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They work better early in the season and in over cast/foggy days. They also work best on young birds.

Remote to turn on and off or a timer control is the way to go

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Is Lucky Duck higher quality than Mojo?

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Originally Posted by chaseh2003
Is Lucky Duck higher quality than Mojo?



unless last year or this year models are superior the answer is NO! Mojo far better than my crappy ducks

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Originally Posted by 2flyfish4
They work better early in the season and in over cast/foggy days. They also work best on young birds.

Remote to turn on and off or a timer control is the way to go


Yes

Rather use robo dove or nothing at all. Think that most ducks flair with them- prefer water movement type



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