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Leaving Decoys Out? #7959557 09/02/20 07:32 PM
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Do ya'll think if I left a couple decoys in some tanks it would increase the odds of getting some Teal to utilize them? Normally don't have too many teal or really hunt them but if I can attract some to a few shallow tanks I'd give it a go.


Don't pass the first day of the season what you'd be happy to shoot the last day of the season.
Re: Leaving Decoys Out? [Re: PoppinPiggies] #7959563 09/02/20 07:36 PM
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Doubt that would help much. Make some hunts and see what happens. Teal are here today gone tomorrow type birds unless you have a good food source.

Re: Leaving Decoys Out? [Re: PoppinPiggies] #7959573 09/02/20 07:42 PM
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Food source is most important as they are migrating south. But hey, give it a go.

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