Does the Lucky Duck goose flapper work?
The goose flapper works well to attract the geese. It by no means is an end all decoy that the geese cant resist every time, Iam sure it has flared some geese, but it does work and I think we have killed more geese by using it.
Can you put duck and goose decoys together?
“I do mix duck decoys among the goose decoys, but I keep the duck decoys together within the goose decoys,” he said. “It’s not out of the question for ducks to spread out and mix in with the geese as they feed, but I want my spread to look like the ducks just landed.”
What size battery does a lucky duck remote take?
Replace the battery. The battery style is 23A 12V on pre 2018 HD remote kits, and (2) CR2032 on 2018 and newer HD remote kits.
Do ducks and geese feed together?
“In Manitoba grainfields, geese and ducks routinely feed together, so this is a natural-looking spread,” he says. “Also, the bigger, darker goose decoys help get the ducks’ attention, and they hide our blinds better. “I use a big decoy spread to attract high-flying ducks and a little spread to finish them,” he says.
How long does it take to charge a lucky duck battery?
approximately 8-10 hours
To see more Lucky Duck™ products please visit your local Sporting Goods dealer or online at www.luckyduck.com. Charge your battery before use. A fully drained battery will take approximately 8-10 hours to fully charge.
How do you charge a lucky duck battery?
Step 1: Simply plug your charger into the charging port located under the decoy. Step 2: Plug the charger into a wall outlet. The LED light on the charger will turn red during charging and green once the battery is fully charged.
How do you activate the Lucky Duck revolt?
Electronic Call Operation: Flip the power switch on the electronic call forward to the “on” position. A red LED light on the side of the call will illuminate when the power is on. Hold down the power button on the remote control. The remote will turn on.
How do you set up Lucky Duck revolt?
Simply plug one end of the 3.5mm cord into a compatible decoy and the other end into the auxiliary port on the back of the caller. Turn on the compatible decoy and the caller/remote. The auxiliary button “AUX” on the remote will now turn the Page 3 compatible decoy on and off.