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Mojo Wind Powered Pointless?

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 Posted 11/25/2013 5:00:35 PM
 

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To add technology to my spread, I bought a mojo wind powered and saved 30$... at times if there is not much wind the wings may not spin, or if the winds change direction a little bit only one wing will spin. Full winds it looks decent. 

Had 3 separate occasions where a solo mallard decided to land near by, but not in range and not in my spread.

Anyone have any luck with the wind powered mojo  or tie a dollar to it and try to sell it? haha.

I wonder if it was doing more harm than help this past sunday morning.

-Matt

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 Posted 12/2/2013 11:37:12 AM
 

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I doubt it hurt you but might not have helped either if the wind wasn't blowing hard enough to get them to spin consistently.  Go to rogerssportinggoods. Com they have a hot shot III drake special, it's a battery powered spinner with magnetic wings for only $50!!



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 Posted 12/2/2013 5:43:12 PM
 

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sell it, use that money to buy you a jerk rope, and forget spinning wing decoys!


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 Posted 12/4/2013 5:11:44 AM
 

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I've tried the wind powered pigeon decoys I think made by the same company mojo gets them from and gave up on them.  Cheap but really has to have a wind blowing to get them to work
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 Posted 12/10/2013 10:54:55 AM
 

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I agree with Alex-----A lot of times, the simpler, the better. And you'll drive yourself less crazy without messin with high tech stuff.
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