MOJO Outdoors Announces Dove A Flickers Decoys

posted on May 23, 2017

MOJO Outdoors has announced its new Dove A Flickers decoys, which are modeled after the company’s popular Flock A Flickers duck line.

The Dove A Flickers feature a redesigned spinning-wing concept that MOJO says sets them apart from the original motion decoys the company launched in the 1990s. The Flock A Flicker duck decoys proved able to simulate a “flock” of ducks with just a handful of units, and MOJO hopes to do the same for doves and dry fields with the Dove A Flickers line.

"Game birds are wild creatures and avoiding danger is their top priority, so they will catch on to anything that brings them harm,” Terry Denmon, MOJO’s President and CEO, said. “While spinning wing decoys have been a sensation, and still are, we must always present a new, different and more realistic look, and the Dove A Flickers do just that. One Voodoo Dove and a pack of these will give you the most realistic and effective setup available.”

The Dove A Flickers will be available by the end of the summer, prior to the 2017 dove season opener.

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