I took my mojo off the float as the birds would veer off at the last moment. I think that a mojo on a stake is better. I going to invest the $70 in a remote control. I think shutting off the mojo will allow the birds to drop in.
I was thinkin of a dowel in the front, in the mud. with an electricians cable tie to the neck and dowel??I'll do some experiments. The impoundment we hunt most is 2-3 feet deep where the decoys go.That battery has to be JUST RIGHT or the deek will flip and take on water. It's not the best designIMO[grin]
There's an explanation in the paperwork about getting the battery centered on the velcro portion, inside the decoy. We tryed for ten minutes but couldn't get it float right??I have to agree, without a stake it ain't much>Thanks for the replys
Did any of you guys catch the tred barta episode where he was seaducking for ol sqaws? He attached one of those wind driven whirly gigs ( where the wings spin in opposite diretions) to a kids boogie board. He had lead weight attached to the bottom somehow and had it painted like a scoter.
Honestly, the guys intensity is alittle much but the idea was interesting.