MOJO Outdoors® MOJO Mallard® Floater Motorized Duck Decoy
Lifelike and stable, the Floater is practically unsinkable, thanks to a wide, durable float that supports the decoy body properly in its outstretched position. Includes rechargeable battery.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by rdkillerbee great buy! this product is a great addition to a spread i got one for my birthday and was using it to kill ducks the next day over a spread that had no motion before!! only downfall is geese flare when they see it, a remote should just come with it December 9, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by duckfever No complaints here Bought it recently and used it for the September Teal season here in Oklahoma and i had ducks landing in my spread before and way after legal shooting light. Had ducks swimming right next to the Mojo floater and they weren't spooked at all. So i'm assuming the floater was doing its job. September 21, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by mlakejs great attention grabber This is a great product to add to your decoy spread even if you already have the regular big mojo, because it gives more life to your set. The only downfall is you have to check wing tightness every time or you will lose them. September 14, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by gaduckhunter Mojo floater The only mojo you will need.Works really well to bring the birds in.Had ducks land 3' away from decoy.Will create ripples in your spread and no need for a pole,you can use in any depth of water.One thing that I did was to get the new magnetic wings,no more worrying about dropping the wing screws in the water.Also it is faster in the set up and take down of the decoy.Decoy is remote capable or you can get the self timer,which we have and it works great. March 5, 2010
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Details:I am buying for a gift, so I'm not quite sure if the remote to turn on/off is something seperate and if manually turning it on/off is a major problem for duck hunters..
A:It will say on the package if there is a remote, manual on and off isn't the issue, it's do you want to get up and shut it off and scare the ducks away or hit a button and stay hidden
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