Mojo or not to mojo?

Discussion in 'Chesapeake Flyway Forum' started by Mr_Mallard, Oct 9, 2015.

  1. ted brogan

    ted brogan Senior Refuge Member

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    Derek you hunt over this way this week. State across me lic is up on next Friday
     
  2. chesapeake honker

    chesapeake honker Elite Refuge Member

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    divers and sea ducks they work great.... early season for puddle ducks i think they work real good, however as birds get educated they tend to shy away from them.. my .02
     
  3. chesapeake honker

    chesapeake honker Elite Refuge Member

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    i used to think the same thing, however on the very last hunt of the year, last year, while on the Potomac, the geese were coming right into the mojo's.. i was completely shocked..
     
  4. chessydogs

    chessydogs Refuge Member

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    Mojos in field spreads seem to scare geese off most of the time for us. Have up to 3 running over water in the duck decoys with goose V-boards off to the side and consistently finish geese in the decoys. Had them glide in over the duck decoys and spinners plenty of times.
     
    Last edited: Dec 22, 2015

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