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34venture
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Buffer Zone
Member since Mar 2010
8277 posts

re: Using duck decoys for catfish jugs


I for one am not leaving my decoys unattended.





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faxis
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La.
Member since Oct 2007
7773 posts

re: Using duck decoys for catfish jugs


That really is freakin brilliant. Thought I might reiterate that in case enough people hadn't pounded that home yet.





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jorconalx
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alexandria
Member since Aug 2011
1879 posts

re: Using duck decoys for catfish jugs


dammit alx, i'm trying my best to overcome my irrational fear of snakes and you change your avi to this shit?!





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Da Hammer
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Folsom
Member since May 2008
2639 posts

re: Using duck decoys for catfish jugs


FYI if there are redfish where you hunt don't try the decoy thing with a line and hook off it. It's the definition of a nine line bind watching that SOB wrap up half the spread and head out to sea with them. Then of course all the grays light with your decoys headed across east bay....

Just sayin'






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El Josey Wales
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Greater Geismar
Member since Nov 2007
22710 posts

re: Using duck decoys for catfish jugs








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Da Hammer
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Folsom
Member since May 2008
2639 posts

re: Using duck decoys for catfish jugs


One of those ideas that sounds great on paper but when works out can really piss you off





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AlxTgr
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Kyre Banorg
Member since Oct 2003
32762 posts

re: Using duck decoys for catfish jugs


Fitting, no?





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Capt ST
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Middle of the Mall
Member since Aug 2011
6009 posts

re: Using duck decoys for catfish jugs


Have to agree with apeman. Those noodles are perfect for this type of fishing. Weight stores on hole and you bury hook in foam when done. You're asking for a cluster with the weights and hooks dangling off your flocked mallard decoys.





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hardhead
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stinky bayou
Member since Jun 2009
3882 posts

re: Using duck decoys for catfish jugs


Dude, you can borrow my jugs.





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SmackoverHawg
Arkansas Fan
Member since Oct 2011
12049 posts

re: Using duck decoys for catfish jugs


I've thought about doing it in a private lake we hunt to add motion to my spread. Would probably get tangled like a mofo though.





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SomewhereDownInTX
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Stuck in Texas
Member since Mar 2010
2556 posts

re: Using duck decoys for catfish jugs


quote:

Maybe during duck season I can catfish and duck hunt at the same time...


Sure would add some nice motion to your spread, I like it.






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Teague
Alabama Fan
Huntsville, AL
Member since Aug 2007
10666 posts

re: Using duck decoys for catfish jugs


I'm sure it would work, but aren't decoys a little TOO buoyant to be ideal?





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