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Getting close.
Had a small party this past Friday.
Got a new hunting backpack and some wool socks.
 

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My bowfishing buddy is a natural "fall risk". He wanted to duck hunt this year and his first trip out he went down twice. I think he has mastered the art of the "tuck and roll" to prevent injury.
Haha
I had a buddy like that in high school. He always has a heck of a time walking in muck with waders. He got stuck and wet a lot more than once.
 

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Didn't get anything for Bowfishing, but I really didn't need anything.
I got some carhart bibs, Cabela's wader pants, a couple things for duck hunting, and a mojo critter.
 

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Mrs Clause and my elves hooked me up. My youngest thought daddy needed luminocs for bowfishing after she watched swamp people's Christmas special. Extra points, line refills, tips, Buff, aluminum spool of wire for welder (redesigning my front and rear platforms over winter), rangefinder, new deer feeder, bowfishing themed shirts. They were good to me. Very thankful my wife and daughters enjoy the sport as well.
 

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Sounds like a good day. In ready for spring to get here. With duck season over, I got the carp itch again.
 

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i got a baitcaster (shimano curado) a new camo ammo belt for duck hunting. A gift card to cabelas that will go toward a muskie reel, a wisker biscuit for my bow and I ordered a spear for pike. Pretty good Christmas this year
 

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hey nuff, how do you like those mojos? I heard alot of mixed things about them and I dont really wanna spend the money on them. We used one for one hunt but it was a a buddies field so I dont really know how good it worked
 

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hey nuff, how do you like those mojos? I heard alot of mixed things about them and I dont really wanna spend the money on them. We used one for one hunt but it was a a buddies field so I dont really know how good it worked
In dry fields, they are like crack for ducks. A few goose full bodies and a mojo will pull ducks. Geese hate them though so have a way to shut them off. I ran speaker wire to a switch I keep in the boat. Over water, it's a crap shoot. I usually put mine out through the end of October, then I put it away. Late season ducks get smart to them over water. They usually work good for the first hour or so in the morning while it's still dark. Then you have to watch the birds reaction to them. Some days the birds will aim right for them and others they will seem to flare off and land just outside the spread because of the spinner. Those days you have 2 options. Either take it down or move it 50 yards downwind.
They also work better for certain ducks. Teal and woodducks seem to love them more than other ducks.
I would say if you hunt dry fields it is worth your money. If you hunt mostly water then you'll be fine without it.
 

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⬆agreed⬆
Haven't taken mine out in 4 years. Now the Mojo Dove, they work on the doves around here! ????????
I wish we got a dove season around here.
 
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