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sdeshazo
02-09-2011, 09:41 PM
I've searched everywhere & even contact MOJO they no longer make the MOJO Crow Decoy, so anyone know where i can find one or what is the next best thing? I'm about to plaint one of my MoJo Dove Decoys black...

Weasel
02-10-2011, 01:10 AM
How 'bout mounting a static crow decoy on a JIB or Jack Attack?

13crows
02-14-2011, 07:32 PM
try crowbuster.com i got one not to long ago,. it works .had my first one for three years till it broke

steppara
08-29-2011, 10:16 PM
I bought plastic decoys. They work great for a while but adding movement to it is even better. I punched a whole horizontaly and insert a light wooded rod (hagner would work) from side to side. I shaped a wing on each side and covered it with black plastic garbadge bag. The wind makes it move a little bit so il looks like the crow is flying. I seems to attrack more stupid crows..
Good luck !

BigMike
03-08-2012, 10:18 AM
:D Just wanted to let everyone know you can convert a plastic decoy to a winged decoy . The parts are listed below. All you have to do is paste the shortcut in your browser to get to the site. These are the same parts they use to make the edge Air crow.

http://www.edgebyexpedite.com/store/air-crow-replacement-wing-set.html

$6.99 per set

http://www.edgebyexpedite.com/store/air-crow-replacement-wing-rod.html

$4.99 per rod

Have a great day
Bigmike

doug1225
03-08-2012, 01:42 PM
I had a decoy once that was a ball that moved erractically, with a black foam outline of a crow. This was to mimic one on the ground in distress. I never had a lot of time to use it though. I can't say one way or other if it was effective.

zr2paul
03-14-2012, 05:06 PM
some crow decoys that have the peg on the bottom that goes into the ground...if you go to a hardware store, find a loose spring that fits around the peg and then put a dowel on the other end to push into the ground and you got your self a bouncy crow decoy. Need a very loose spring not the stiff ones. If you want you can connect a line to the decoy and give it a tug every now and then to make it bounce.

Paul

NHhunter
03-20-2012, 10:23 AM
Take a look at this set up ;) I personally didn't get it for our early season but I will have one for our fall season.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nbGnKSR0pPM

BigMike
03-20-2012, 07:18 PM
I have had success with the Buster II - The Ultimate Motion crow Decoy. You can purchase them at http://www.crowmart.com/ . They offer a good site for crow hunters it is http://www.crowbusters.com/begtechn.htm you can get advanced techniques if you become a member for $ 5.00 . Hope this helps

shutinaroberts
03-21-2012, 07:47 AM
I have a Mojo Crow I will part with.

PM me

Ed

RICH GRABLE
10-29-2012, 08:09 PM
Hi there, I have a Mojo Crow that I would sell. This is 10-29-2012, do not know what date was on your post, but anyway I do have one that I do not use. In fact, I have another one that I spray painted to look like a pigeon. Would spray it flat black for U and U could have 2 of them. Thanks! richgrable@yahoo.com

Possumal
11-05-2012, 01:14 AM
The only complaint I ever had about any motion decoy is when you can't control it with your remote. I have never witnessed any creature do the same thing over and over for 15 or 20 minutes with no variance. I have always believed that can be the difference in fooling a big old wise coyote that hangs up in the thick stuff for a looksee. The Foxpro decoys that work off your remote have all produced well for me.

ecuchief
01-29-2013, 08:21 PM
I have one that I used once - PA game law prohibits the use of electrical decoys. PM me an offer to consider. I was originally planning on dismantling and modifying for DE duck hunting.

Derm
07-21-2013, 10:41 PM
I've searched everywhere & even contact MOJO they no longer make the MOJO Crow Decoy, so anyone know where i can find one or what is the next best thing? I'm about to plaint one of my MoJo Dove Decoys black...
SDeshazo, MOJO has just reintroduced a motion crow. Go to their web site at http://www.mojooutdoors.com/index.php/vendor-products-menu-item/category/124-what-s-new

FYI, Steve/"Derm" :cool:

Derm
06-06-2014, 08:01 PM
I have had success with the Buster II - The Ultimate Motion crow Decoy. You can purchase them at http://www.crowmart.com/ . They offer a good site for crow hunters it is http://www.crowbusters.com/begtechn.htm you can get advanced techniques if you become a member for $ 5.00 . Hope this helps
BM, yes, it does help! I plan to get one. Thx :tiphat: :rolleyes:

Possumal
06-16-2014, 08:44 PM
There is another good crow decoy called "Crippled Crow". It flops around on the ground, and works especially good with a owl or hawk decoy.

FPShawn
08-20-2014, 09:30 AM
There are no restrictions on electronic decoys in the state of Pennsylvania

dkhnt
08-29-2014, 09:16 PM
I can buy the Mojo Crow decoys from one of my distributors but they are kind of pricey. I'd have to get about $60.00 + shipping to order one but it could come in a little less if I order several and add it to another order for free shipping. Right now they have (6) in stock. Here's their description:

Mojo HW2402 Crow Decoy 6 AA Batteries

The Mojo Crow decoy uses the dual shaft, direct drive motor system, but now
with more effective / user friendly features such as a built in 1 1/2
seconds on and 1 1/2 seconds off cycler and magnetic wings. The built in
cycle with the on / off feature mimics a crow fighting or poaching on other
injured prey, which causes other Crow to join in. The magnetic wings just
slide onto motor shaft quickly and eliminates timely set ups. The Mojo crow
has also been converted to operate on 6 AA batteries (not included), which
keeps the weight down and will run much longer. The Mojo crow will attract
crow from a much farther distance than a standard decoy.


SPECIFICATIONS:
Mfg Item Num: HW2402
Category: DECOYS
Type :Crow Decoy
Species :Crow
Motor :
Quantity :1
Color :Black
Material :
Battery Config :AA (6)
Waterproof :
Audible or Motion :Motion only
Weight :
Size :

2manyguns
01-02-2015, 05:58 PM
I've searched everywhere & even contact MOJO they no longer make the MOJO Crow Decoy, so anyone know where i can find one or what is the next best thing? I'm about to plaint one of my MoJo Dove Decoys black...

I have used black garbage bags tied to the barbwire fence it takes minimal breeze to get them moveing

Gary Collins
02-10-2015, 06:01 PM
I was looking for the same thing and ended up painting one of my duck mojos black. I put it on a 2 foot pedestal and turned it on and the crows did not know the difference. It is one more thing to lug around and set up. If you are running and gunning, it is another problem. If you are in a stable situation, it's great. I need to paint one side of the wings a different color so it will give the same impression as moving wings, but it seems to work fine. Dove mojos are a lot cheaper, but I lost my duck lease so I put mojo to good use.

duckstopper
02-16-2015, 03:05 PM
I sold my MoJo decoy and bought a couple Ure-A-Duck Assault crow decoys. They're a good idea, but on the expensive side. It takes a good wind to get them to really move around.

Possumal
02-19-2015, 03:43 PM
I have had better results with a Hawk decoy coupled with the Crippled Crow Decoy which uses George Brint's invention "The Decoy Heart". Start out with the Hawk and Crow fight and switch over to Dying Crow and it can be terrific action.

gordiefishnfool
02-19-2015, 09:21 PM
I have had better results with a Hawk decoy coupled with the Crippled Crow Decoy which uses George Brint's invention "The Decoy Heart". Start out with the Hawk and Crow fight and switch over to Dying Crow and it can be terrific action.

Al where died you get the decoys and decoy heart I haven't found them online!

Possumal
02-20-2015, 01:28 PM
I have had all my crow hunting stuff for quite a long time. You should be able to find products and info at this link:

http://www.crowbusters.com/cgi-bin/index.asp

jacobhwrd
05-31-2015, 08:35 PM
I ordered a "Lucky Duck Triple Play Crow Decoy" but haven't had a chance to use it. It looks really good though. Other then that i have heard of people using Mojo Dove and just spray painting them black. I have NOT tried this myself though. I will be parting with one my mine this fall and seeing if it is effective.

winman
02-05-2016, 03:29 PM
I bought two plastic "bats" after Halloween for $2 a piece. They take 2 AA batteries and will fly around in a circle flapping their wings when suspended, or flop on the ground. They really seem to work.

jacobhwrd
04-01-2016, 09:15 PM
I know its late for this post but I have a good amount of experience with motion decoys for crow now. You can still get a Mojo Crow. I bout mine right before crow season last year off of Amazon. There are still a few sites that will have some left in storage. That being said the mojo crow was by far the least affective motion decoy i have used due to the fact that its a spinner. I have used 2 different spinners and they HATED them both. Flappers did work better but the best results i had with a motion decoy was a Triple Play motion decoy. It has three fully flocked decoys (FFD) on a central motor and they rotate to look like they are feeding. I dont know if its just the crow here that are shy about the flappers or spinners but they DID NOT like them at all. I did however have good luck with the Mojo Crow by laying on the ground on its side with only one wing. I would put an owl decoy beside it and the rest of my decoys where in a fighting setup and i wouldnt be able to keep my gun loaded it was so action packed. I stopped doing that unless i had 1 or 2 more people with me to shoot since the morning would be over a lot quicker then if i did a feeding set and soft calling. Also you might want to take a look at the Boondockeroutdoors site. I have about a dozen of their decoys for the farther in setups on public land. They also have an attachment for your Foxjack that is a crow wing so no need to track down a mojo crow. Hope that helps.

NastyNate
12-20-2016, 07:00 PM
Has anyone used an Assault decoy? I've been tempted but haven't pulled the trigger on them yet. https://youtu.be/nbGnKSR0pPM

jacobhwrd
12-21-2016, 07:03 PM
Has anyone used an Assault decoy? I've been tempted but haven't pulled the trigger on them yet. https://youtu.be/nbGnKSR0pPM

Havent used one myself but have seen them used in several of the British shooting sports videos. They seem to work for them pretty well though. I have thought about trying it out myself but like you just havent pulled the trigger yet.

Peanut
12-22-2017, 08:25 AM
Go to Lucky Duck Decoys. They have 3 crows that are moving in a feeding motion. I think they are around $ 69.99

Mainehunt
01-12-2018, 01:18 PM
I have one of the "Triple-play" motion crow decoys. It works great, I've killed hundreds of crows using it.

http://www.luckyduck.com/Triple-Play-Motion-Crows_p_15.html