HUNT RIVERS?

Discussion in 'G&H Decoys' started by Ambush, Aug 24, 2016.

  1. Ambush

    Ambush Refuge Member Sponsor

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    Do you hunt rivers? Why not use the power of the current to move your decoys and bring life to your spread?

    Announcing the new RIVERGATOR!

    These decoys have a special molded keel that captures the power of the river, stream or creek to breath life into your decoy spread!



    As always, any questions, send me a message or call 1-800-443-3269
     
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  2. Native NV Ducker

    Native NV Ducker Mod-Duck Hunters Forum, Classifieds, and 2 others Moderator Flyway Manager

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    If I didn't already have some, that would be a certain sale for me. May still be down the line.

    If you know, how do they do at shedding grass. That is my biggest problem.
     
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  3. Ambush

    Ambush Refuge Member Sponsor

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    As long as you have plenty of current and the anchor line doesn't get caught up in it, you're good.
     
  4. JP

    JP Elite Refuge Member

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    Put a 3-way barrel swivel in the anchor line above the grass bed, should allow the decoy to move better.
     
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  5. Native NV Ducker

    Native NV Ducker Mod-Duck Hunters Forum, Classifieds, and 2 others Moderator Flyway Manager

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    Decoy moves fine. I have a lot of floating grass in my river. It gathers on the line, then up to the decoy, where it kills all the action of the decoy.
     
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  6. JP

    JP Elite Refuge Member

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    Ever considered using a swimming pool line with the floats (painted camo) staked across the water above the decoy spread to act as a barrier to catch/deflect the grass as it floats down?
     
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  7. Woodduck31

    Woodduck31 Elite Refuge Member Sponsor

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    native, we have a lot of trouble with milfoil on the snake, especially when the raise the river level. We solved the problem for our river keels, but I won't post the solution to the problem on the open forum for obvious reasons.
     

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