vortex machine for canadas

Discussion in 'Goose Hunting Forum' started by delta fowl language, Jun 18, 2019.

  1. delta fowl language

    delta fowl language New Member

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    recently got a sreaming deal on 2 vortex machines ,mainly for snows but was wondering if anyone has tried them on canadas, just wondering.
     
  2. GK1

    GK1 Elite Refuge Member

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    Lots have tried them,......and no longer use them. Save the headache of dragging them out just to pull them down.
     
    Dean Nelson, spaightlabs and goosnit like this.
  3. fowlwhacker

    fowlwhacker Elite Refuge Member

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    Don't think it would be worth the effort. A basic flag or flapper on a pole to get their attention has worked out the best for us. A good friend now has 4 of the jtr flapper battery operated motion decoys. I have not seen the geese dive into the spread with one or 4 of them. Movement and realism are nice but not a given. Heck we even question the battery and remote operated flappers when birds flare with stuffers or drop zones. Best decoy for geese it to go outside of blind or pit to fumble with decoys or pecker as they come out of no where locked up.
     
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