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PEACEKEEPER 12-31-2012 12:39 PM

Need some decoy placement help!
 
:confused: I got specks all over my field! I have seven ghg full body flocked dekes. They would almost flare around the dekes or not even look at them! They landed 100-150 yards from us!! What the hell am I doing wrong???? There were groups of 10 to 30 birds coming in but avoided us! I would love to hear some of you expert opionions! Thanks!!!

Top Dawg 12-31-2012 12:53 PM

Are you sure they aren't flaring from your blind? Flooded? Dry? Both? Duck decoys? Mojos?

PEACEKEEPER 12-31-2012 01:21 PM

It is a wet field they have been in for two days. no duck decoys and no mojo! The blind I am in is very concealed. Hell I passed it up walking down the levee!!

Red Devil 12-31-2012 01:23 PM

I hunted with a guy one time and they were flaring and he said something isn't right. He went out and separated the decoys a little further than where he originally placed them, and BOOM, it was on. Just my .02

Spunt Drag 12-31-2012 02:17 PM

Could be calling too much. Try less callin

Spunt Drag 12-31-2012 02:22 PM

But at the end of the day they're wild animals and want something different everyday.

biggun 01-01-2013 01:59 PM

Should be placing most of your DEKES up wind of U.. IF the specks are coming.. Don't call... Let them come..

When they are going around hit them with a very low easy feed call. Only when they are going away..


When they answer back.. Answer them back. Get a little more animated and excited if they do.. Cluck them on in..Then SHOOT THEM.. Remember when they are close; call very lightly..

Hope this helps...IF you need someone to hunt with U.. Let me know.. I'm off right now.. We can figure it out...

Thks

Biggun

redleg one 01-01-2013 06:34 PM

No 4 wheeler tracks close to the blind?

I would pull the decoys. They are shy of everything this time of year.

Goooh 01-01-2013 07:44 PM

Try setting up so their approach to the landing zone is left right, rather than directly at you. They are way smart, especially by now - do what everyone isn't, and that's settin up for a crossing approach. Triple check concealment too, if you got anything that resembles something they got peppered by before... they gone.

I hope they never find out how good of a gravy they make, then we are screwed for sure....


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