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Dove Spinner Deal #9060440 06/11/24 03:52 PM
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Hard to beat this price at Roger's. I have two like this I bought before last season. Works well.

https://rogerssportinggoods.com/lucky-duck-lucky-dove-hd-pack-dove-decoy/


Re: Dove Spinner Deal [Re: LarryCopper] #9061676 06/14/24 12:46 PM
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Watched the video, few things I like there besides the price..

* The stake pole a like, 4 pieces and taller. But I really like the foot step to push it down. Mojo are up high, you have to push with your hand to get it in the ground or use your knee, really awkward when the ground is hard, many times I have to look for a hole or crack in the dirt to get the pole in.

* I like his idea of using lithium batteries, didn't know they sold them that small, gonna get me some for headlamps and everything, I have gone all lithium on my boat. I'm done with acid/lead batteries.

Re: Dove Spinner Deal [Re: LarryCopper] #9062084 06/15/24 01:01 PM
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Hey Guy, i know what you mean about getting the vertical into the ground...I actually like my MOJOs way up and put them on top of 10' thinwall conduit. I keep a small drilling hammer in my bag, and then with a 4 foot piece of rebar i can drive the rebar halfway of so and then slip the conduit over the bar. For teal i use various lengths of thinwall and can arrange 3, 4, 5 or more MOJO teal like a small flock swirling in...it's amazing to watch the birds key in on the MOJOS...I've had doves slip in and try to land on the crossbar of a MOJO tree ! Also I've been working on a design for a step that has a slight bend/wiggle to it...you slip it onto the conduit and because of the shape it "grips" the conduit and you can step it down into the dirt/mud, then with a little shake the "step" slips off and you can move to the next pole.


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