Favorite Spinning Wing Decoy

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  1. Slipstream

    Slipstream Active Member

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    Since the yearly Sportsman Shows are ramping up I've decided to invest in a spinning wing decoy for duck hunting. The question is which brand to buy? I'm leaning towards the Aero Outdoors "Deadly Duck". Pros and cons on different models or brands would be appreciated. Tom
     
  2. martyg

    martyg Active Member

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    Hey Slip - I haven't been waterfowl hunting in quite a few years, but you might want to check the regs to see if mechanized deeks are allowed in WA.
     
  3. Roper

    Roper Idiot Savant

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    They are not, you can have one on a jerk line though...AFAIK
     
  4. zen leecher aka bill w

    zen leecher aka bill w born to work, forced to fish

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    I'd go with a jerk string deke as a lot of days it's not windy enough to move the wind spinners.
     
  5. Alex MacDonald

    Alex MacDonald that's His Lordship, to you.....

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    it's either the jerk string method, or a Winduck thingie. Don't let `em catch you with anything electric!