RedHead Motorized Decoy Bag
Not big enough.
I bought this for a standard sized mojo but was disappointed. I'll use the bag as a blind bag for other gear, but don't see me using it for the mojo. It's just too small. The only way the deke will fit is if the bottom of the bag curves up and around each end. I cut a thin panel to keep the bottom rigid & flat, but then the decoy wouldn't fit at all. Even without the board, if you leave your feet on during transport, it's really tight. I also worry about the inside wing pocket being awful thin material and the motor shafts eventually wearing a hole through and scratching the wings. Not a bad bag overall, but a poor design for a motorized decoy in my opinion.
August 23, 2009
I bought this for my Mojo brand duck decoy. I like the bag for the wings and the feet, but to make it perfect, I would like some Velcro to keep the poles from moving around in the bottom and the secure the decoy from moving side to side and a little compartment in it for the charger would be a plus. I would still buy it again and so did hunting member on my lease.
February 11, 2008
I keep a motorized mojo dove decoy and 7 "wing-it" dove decoys inside the bag. I have only used it once but it carrys everything including the wings for all the decoys. And I still have a little room left over for other small items. I think the bag fits my needs very well.
October 18, 2013
I have two of these. In one I can fit two of the Expedite Lucky Duck Mojos. In the other I have two homemade pulsating duck butts similar to the Higedon.
Way to big for just one of either but awesome for packing them as a pair.
January 21, 2011