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Pigeon magnet

Post by PRIVATE RYAN » Wed Mar 28, 2018 1:46 pm

Hi,

het iemand dalk 'n paar tips oor bg? Ek het een gekoop en
beplan om dit oor 2 weke te gebruik. Amper soo aangeheg,
maar met vier arms.
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Post by Rasmus » Fri Apr 13, 2018 10:56 am

Lowtech

Gooi jy raad hier dan leer ons almal.

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Post by lowtech » Fri Apr 13, 2018 11:11 am

Ok
we normally place the magnet 25 to 30m away on a land that has been newly stripped

wind into your face if possible , a good hide is important with the sun at your back also helps

on the ground line the decoys in a v shaped pattern facing the wind about a meter apart with one side of the v shorter than the other ( need about 15 or 20 )

in the head of the v place a few random decoys a sort of feeding patch

the magnet would then be 3 meters ahead of the point of the v or a little to the right or left

the birds normally land into the wind so they would be landing away from your hide

let a couple land as the rest of the flock will follow

shoot them either on the ground with a air rifle or .22 with a back up person with a shotgun for when they fly
they tend circle back even after you have shot at them

don`t shoot the decoys they don`t last long

this is my experience other may have better advice ;D
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Post by PRIVATE RYAN » Fri Apr 13, 2018 11:40 am

Dankie!

Ons het die magnet gebruik en dit werk goed.

Dit was egter nie krities nie, want op die spesifieke dag
was daar soveel duiwe dat ons nie op die magnet moes staatmaak
nie. Ek het meer as 'n kas uitgeskiet (seker so 350 rondtes) as ek moet
raai.

Die magnet het egter sommige wat baie hoog gevlieg het getrick om
bietjie laer in te kom en was meer effektief op tortdelduiwe as die kransduiwe.

So paar fotos solank. Ek sal paar videos ook prober laai, maar het almal
onderstebo met die foon geneem. Moeilik om met een hand te skiet en af te
neem.
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