MOJO Outdoors Baby Mojo Decoy
Nothing Baby about the baby Mojo
The baby mojo mallard is awsome. On days when there wasn't much movement in our decoy spred we used the baby mojo mallard and it pulled the ducks into us.We had birds landing right next to it. It was great. The price is perfect for the low budget hunter and it will produce enough even for the hunter with the larger spreds to. A+
July 25, 2006
Brought the ducks in!
I hunt a marsh that has several small pockets of open water. In the past it has been very difficult to work the ducks to my particular pocket. Picked up a baby mojo for this past season and that all changed. I set it out on sunny days and the light catches the rotating wings and flashes signals to even the farthest ducks. I was amazed at the number of ducks that came in close, compared to previous seasons. I'm planning to get a remote though; had several groups flair when they got close. I think having the ability to turn it off when they're coming in would bring them all the way down.
January 24, 2011
a good idea
With so many variations of spinning wing decoys in place the last decade, today's "educated" waterfowl demand realism or they will flare away from your sread. I'm convinced that the reduced body size and lifelike appearence of this decoy appears to be more natural to ducks than the other models do. I use the hen model due to the fact that just about every other spinning wing offers drakes only, and I want my decoy to be as different from the competition as possible. This decoy is sturdy , reliable, and a good value as well.
October 28, 2007
Great Bang for the Buck
I bought one of these last year and used it throughout the regular duck season. I was on a tight budget and couldn't really splurge last year like I would have during other years. I only had twelve standard mallard decoys, a magnetic-style quivering unit, and my Baby Mojo Mallard drake. If there were ducks anywhere to be found, I saw them. Due to the small spread I was using, I cannot help but think that my success is owed to the Baby Mojo.
The only issue I found was that the spinning shaft appeared to become stuck one day. Upon further examination, I found that it was due to an extreme amount of dirt and related buildup. Once I brushed off the clumps of dirt, it was running perfectly once again. Whether you're on a budget or just frugal, this is a wise choice.
August 1, 2010