Lucky Duck Goose flapper

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  1. WABBIT-SLAYER

    WABBIT-SLAYER Senior Refuge Member

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    Anyone used one of these with any success?
     
  2. JDK

    JDK Moderator Moderator Flyway Manager

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    purchased one last season used twice worked good my father used it once this early season and pulled birds with success but I used it a few times this season with no success so mixed results but I do like to use instead of flagging and keep the attention off of my hide the unit is very durable the only issue I see is the wings get scuffed up pretty easy from transportation.
     
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  3. ajj16

    ajj16 Refuge Member

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    I would save the money and look into the the JTR motion decoy...little bit more money but much more real looking action...just my 2 cents
     
  4. bustsducks

    bustsducks Elite Refuge Member

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    ^^^^ I just saw a DSD that Jason from JTR put wings on. Looked great.
     
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  5. ajj16

    ajj16 Refuge Member

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    That would be a very nice decoy to have ha
     
  6. mpkowal

    mpkowal Elite Refuge Member

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    I would sell you mine for 100 plus shipping.Good unit,I just don' use mine enough.I have 2 higdon flappers and my son also has a Lucky Duck. I have all the parts and will throw in a carry bag.
     
  7. WABBIT-SLAYER

    WABBIT-SLAYER Senior Refuge Member

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    No thanks, I already bought one, same deal, all the parts and nice Columbia camo carry bag for $100 locally.
     
  8. Valleyhonker

    Valleyhonker Refuge Member

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    I second the JTR Motion Decoy. The flapper hasn't left the garage in the last 2 seasons. Too many issues with flaring birds. That JTR is so much more effective and doesn't slide birds like the flapper. Looks pretty good up close too.
     
  9. NealinMO

    NealinMO Senior Refuge Member

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    Worked good early season but flared alot of birds so we got rid of ours
     
  10. Neckband4

    Neckband4 Senior Refuge Member

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    Only hunt ours in the snow. This year we ran it for approaching birds but shut it off when they were finishing. I think the jury is still out on it's effectiveness.
     
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