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Decoy spreader rig #8054527 11/18/20 02:13 AM
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any of yall use these? Which is better mojos or motion ducks version? Seems mojo version is cheaper. I thought I may have read on here that people had ducks flaring off the rods....

Lmk yalls experience/ thoughts.

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Re: Decoy spreader rig [Re: 2flyfish4] #8054559 11/18/20 02:34 AM
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Mine works fine, no issues flaring birds. Can’t see it after it sinks. It’s homemade though, PVC, bungee cord, flat washers, small eyebolt and brown paint. Think it cost me $9

Re: Decoy spreader rig [Re: 2flyfish4] #8054847 11/18/20 02:26 PM
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Nope. Straight jerk string for me with 2 butt spitters running. Always does the trick. Spreaders are just one more thing you got to haul around, and heaven knows, we already carry enough [censored] around as duck hunters!


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Re: Decoy spreader rig [Re: 2flyfish4] #8070857 12/01/20 02:07 AM
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I've used the double motion duck for the last few seasons, and I haven't had any uses with it. I like the way it breaks down and stores easily. The way the dekes are attached the rods are about 6-8" bellow the waters surface and where we hunt, especially with all the ripples, there's no way the rods flare birds. Lots more motion than the traditional j3rk rig with all the same effort. Dog friendly as well so that's a win in my book.

Re: Decoy spreader rig [Re: 2flyfish4] #8077086 12/05/20 02:23 PM
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Bought 2 of the 4 decoy motion duck spreaders and tried them for the first time last Friday. So far I like them for all the advertised reasons; good motion and easy to carry and setup. Couldn’t see the rods where we hunted, although with the right conditions I guess it could be a problem.

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