Electronic duck butts. I don't use a Mojo anymore.
I have seen those, and they look sweet.Electronic duck butts. I don't use a Mojo anymore.
I make 'em.I have seen those, and they look sweet.
I don't use electronics.I make 'em.
If you're semi-electrically useful you'd be able to build one easy.
Let me know if you want "plans", I can take some pictures of what I do. PM me.
How DARE you?!I don't use electronics.
You are correct. I should have written water and feild. I really don't care how crafty people think they are when they use them. I just want to know if you use them on the water, in the feild, not at all, or gave it up.first off your options for your survey are not worded very well... Yes i use them, but not in every situation... i own several... 2 super lucky ducks and 2 baby mojos, along with a mojo floater (flyer).... if we wanted to we could put out 10 flyers, but we usually only use two at the most.... we also have a pulsator duck butt which works great
A "Jerk Cord" will be added to my spread this year.How DARE you?!
I said "everytime" but really it's probably about half the time. If it's windy enough I just bring a jerk cord.
I've heard rumors of a group of guys who hunt over like 10 mojos at Green Island.A "Jerk Cord" will be added to my spread this year.
And like I said, I am interested in how many use them in the marsh still. I would say everyone at the local marsh I hunt does but me. I watch one guy go hunting with 6 mojos and not a single real decoy.
I have seen this group! So much flashing I can't believe they don't have seizures or become hypnotized.I've heard rumors of a group of guys who hunt over like 10 mojos at Green Island.
if that was pointed at me by chance, you would have never seen me with more than 2 out.. but i have seen similar mojo hard-ons as describedI've heard rumors of a group of guys who hunt over like 10 mojos at Green Island.
Mallard26, relax man... not everything on this forum is a personal insult directed at you.if that was pointed at me by chance, you would have never seen me with more than 2 out.. but i have seen similar mojo hard-ons as described
for the most part, i like to use them duirng the weekdays with less hunting pressure. weekends if the weather is right and hunting pressure is lower than normal... depends on what the other groups put out... there was a group from ankeny at XYZ marsh that ran 8 one time... and i ran into a group from burlingon that ran 6 and their tallest decoy had to be 10' in the air...
on one of the ocasions, needless to say we didnt have one out and shot a 3 man limit of mallards in 3 flocks... and still made hardees breakfast
It is more than one group of guys, lol. It seems there are like 3-5 groups that do that. OK in the field but good god it is overkill for the waterI've heard rumors of a group of guys who hunt over like 10 mojos at Green Island.
i have both of my lucky ducks on timers and both are on remotes.. one timer doesnt work at all.. but the remotes work great for when the birds are not responding well and i dont have to sacrifice a flock to get out and turn them off or pull them... usually only turn them off for geese as stated, and when ducks wont finish... in that case i usually pull them out all together when those birds get out of thereI like mojos in the field, they seem like duck magnets. Geese hate them though. As for water, I agree w/ mallard. Depends on what everyone else is doing. I usually do the opositte. If there are low numbers of hunters, I'll put one out. I am faithful to the jerk cord. I usually run two lines, one on each side of the spread close to the boat. This year, I'm going to put in some timer remotes so I can get random patterns. Also nice to shut them off from the blind when the honkers are coming at ya. Huff