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Has anyone had any experiance using a robo goose decoyfor movement, or the hidgon constant motion shells on a stake? I have some of the G&H wobblers and find they end up being used as plain shells more often than not.
 

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I do have 6 of th eG&H motion decoys, but they are such a pain to get the heas on and off they stay together all year which takes up valuable truck bed or trailer space.
 

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robo's only seem to work early and then they flare away the geese instead of bringing them in. JIM
 

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I'll second Jim's observation. They are great long distance attention getters---but geese hate them when they get close to it and will not commit. I use a Mallard spinner to attract the geese and ducks--but turn it off when the geese get within 200 yds. I then rely on flagging to bring them in all the way.
 

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I am hoping to buy a higdon Finisher Flapper for this next fall , not too big on the price though, 100bucks?!?! It seems like a convenient way to keep a group of full bodies while adding some motion.
 

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got 2 doz of the stackable feeders by higdon, they work on a stake and the slightest breeze gets them dancing. used them the l;ast month of the season here in southern pa. mixed them in with 4 doz big feet. and killed alot of geese. the will all stake into each other and fit well into a bag. good luck.

let em land
 
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