2 replies [Last post]
hawkeye270's picture
Offline
Grand Slam Challenge Winner!
Location: Fort Collins, CO
Joined: 06/15/2008
Posts: 1862
Mojo Duck Decoy

I'm thinking about purchasing one. Anyone had any problems with the battery not keeping a charge? That seems to be the only problem that I have heard guys complain about.

groovy mike's picture
Offline
Grand Slam Challenge Winner!
Joined: 03/19/2009
Posts: 2539
not in NY

Unfortunately mortorized decoys are banned in NY :(

So I can't offer any advice at all.  They sure look interesting though.  If you get one, tell us all about it.

I'll enjoy your sucessful decoying vicariously!

GooseHunter Jr's picture
Offline
Grand Slam Challenge Winner!
Location: Colorado
Joined: 09/28/2005
Posts: 3748
I have had the same Mojo for

I have had the same Mojo for about 5 years now.  And even though I do not use it much because I dio not duck hunt a lot.  I have never had aproblem with my battery statying charged.  I have had it fully charged and it last 3-4 day worth of duck hunting and it was still going.  I know that you can buy some replaccement batteries for them and they are not all that to expensive.  I would say go for it...here in Colorado you need at least one, becasuse everyone else is using atleast one.

Related Forum Threads You Might Like