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Making Waves

A sampling of cutting-edge motion decoys to help shake up your spread
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Quiver Magnet H2O

The Quiver Magnet H2O has been around for a while, but remains an effective means of putting motion in your spread. The Quiver Magnet, which looks somewhat like a hockey puck, runs off two AA batteries and rocks back and forth to create ripples. You can toss the disc into your spread and let it float freely or anchor it in place with a line and anchor. This company also offers Quiver duck butts and standard-size Quiver mallard motion decoys. edgebyexpedite.com


Rig'Em Right Jerk Rig

There's nothing at all wrong with using a homemade jerk string. Various designs have been around for years. But the folks at Rig'Em Right decided to make it easier for duck hunters. This company provides the entire package with an updated twist. The jerk rig is compact, lightweight, and easy to set up. Up to four decoys can be used in this decoy-motion system. And when you are done for the day, simply roll it up and put it away. rigemright.com

Rig'Em Right
Rig'Em Right Jerk Rig


Duck Thang Moves Decoys Here, There, Everywhere

Imagine a spread in which all the decoys are moving, all the time. That's what the Duck Thang promises to produce—the ultimate decoy-motion simulator. This device, which works off a pulley system, is rigged to move two dozen decoys—more if you so choose. Field tested the past three seasons, the Duck Thang is powered by a 12-volt battery and is best suited for water from knee to chest deep. This package includes an industrial-grade drive-motor assembly, seven idler-pulley assemblies, a 200-foot-long elastic drive belt, power cord, decoy tethers, and storage boxes. There is a three-year warranty on the motor. duckthang.com

Duck Thang
Duck Thang


MOJO Mallard Machine

Put some hustle in your spread with MOJO Outdoors' Mallard Machine. This system is controlled remotely from a blind or boat. Typically, three decoys are used to create a bobbing/thrashing motion that produces movement in the decoy spread. Power is provided by a 12-volt battery. The Mallard Machine's remote control has on/off and cycle features. Accessories, including a rechargeable battery, are also available. MOJO Outdoors also offers a Flyway Feeder duck butt motion decoy and the Jerk-A-Spreader motion system. mojooutdoors.com

MOJO Mallard Machine
MOJO Mallard Machine

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