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Spinning Wing Deeks on WMA's

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I know that motorized decoys are a no-no for duck hunting on WMA's but are the completly illegal or could I still break out the spinning wing dove on monday?

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I know that motorized decoys are a no-no for duck hunting on WMA's but are the completly illegal or could I still break out the spinning wing dove on monday?

That's not necessarily true. You can use a spinner on a body of water that is not totally enclosed in that WMA. I'm assuming the same is true for doves, but you probably won't be hunting them over water.

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I like the idea of trying new approaches I'm not exactly sure how a spinning wing decoy would work with Doves though.

Let us know how it goes!

Can't get out until Weds myself!.......Good Luck!

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I like the idea of trying new approaches I'm not exactly sure how a spinning wing decoy would work with Doves though.

Spinners on doves and pigeons.....DEADLY!

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On water bodies and

lands fully contained within state wildlife management area boundaries, a person

may not use motorized decoys or motorized devices designed to attract migratory

waterfowl at any time during the duck season

taken from 2008 MN Waterfowl Regs Pg 9

Since duck season isn't open and I am not intending to attract waterfowl, I am legal.

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