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Mojo Floater Question/Opinions?

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DOes anyone use the mojo floater, I just got one and was wondering what people thought of them. IT seems like it will be easier than the normal mojo. Just throw it out there, no stakes.

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Dont you need some type of anchor?? I've got a Lucky Duck that I'd like to convert to a floater, whats the diameter of the float for your rig?

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ya just a regular decoy weight works I have to different floaters a mallard master and a wonderduck the wonderduck is kinda tipsy in the wind it likes to flip over I think new ones are btter for this problem, my MM is kinda loud but on windy days the ducks cant hear it love my floating robo's as not to many are used.

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