Motorized swimming duck decoys are defined as electrically propelled decoy devices that are used to mimic real ducks swimming on the water. Their drive systems can either be propeller, water jet, spinning paddles, line driven, or even magnets.
Posted by The DuckMechanic on 4/17/2014 to Motion Waterfowl Decoy Types
The Spinning Wing Decoy (SWD)is defined as any electric,mechanical, manual, or wind driven rotating-blade device that simulates wing movement. They are used to attract both ducks and geese and work for both short and long distances. Since their introduction in the late 1990s, duck hunters who use them have enjoyed better hunting and bigger bags.
Posted by The DuckMechanic on 4/15/2014 to Motion Waterfowl Decoy Types
Many jerk strings consist of an anchor or pole, line, cord, bungee, and swivels. As an option, decoy spreaders are sometimes used to increase the number of decoys while providing a more realistic spread.
Posted by The DuckMechanic on 4/13/2014 to Motion Waterfowl Decoy Types
Decoy flags are used by raising the flag and waving it up and down in rapid succession. Flags are generally used for ducks or geese at a distance. They are an inexpensive, but effective decoying method.
Posted by The DuckMechanic on 4/11/2014 to Motion Waterfowl Decoy Types
The flapping wing decoy is defined as any electric, mechanical, manual, or wind driven device that simulates the up and down, “flapping”, wing movement. Flapping wing decoys closely mimic a ducks actions when landing or flapping their wings while sitting on the water. These are very effective when using large spreads such as the ones used for pit or permanent blind hunting.
Posted by The DuckMechanic on 4/9/2014 to Motion Waterfowl Decoy Types
Welcome to DowdleSports.com Motion Waterfowl Decoys information blog. Our goal is to give you info for determining the best motion decoys for your spread.
Posted by The DuckMechanic on 4/7/2014 to Motion Waterfowl Decoys