Don't Call When Ducks are Coming to a Spinning-Wing Decoy
Terry Demon is president of Mojo Decoys of Bastrop, Louisiana, which makes and markets the Mojo Mallard spinning-wing decoy. "One big mistake many hunters make is calling ducks that are locked up and coming to a spinning-wing decoy," he says. "As long as they're coming, don't blow the call. There's no reason to add encouragement if the ducks are committed. But if they start to turn away, blow the call to regain their attention. Then, when they're locked up and coming again, put the call down and let the spinning-wing decoy do its job."