Ramblings about fish, ducks, pheasants, geese, dogs and mates
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Motion decoys have been with us for a longish time now, especially wing flapper types. If you sit at the local park pond watching what ducks do and say when they're in relaxed mode, you'll notice that they tend to preen and clean themselves quite often. They do this by quickly dunking and shaking water off themselves, including sitting "up" and flapping their wings.
Higdon's Splasher Flasher imitates this movement beautifully.