Mechanical dove decoys?

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2008/08/08 14:27:39 (permalink)

Mechanical dove decoys?

Here in PA I know the battery powered ones are illegal...but how 'bout the ones that are "wind driven"?
 
I'm at work - and there is an on going discussion...I cant open the adobe files on the PGC web site...
 
I'll have to look at last years regs when I get home....
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    IUP30
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    RE: Mechanical dove decoys? 2008/08/08 15:41:46 (permalink)
    From what I understand, wind motion decoys are fine to use.  We use them duck hunting and see many more using them so I think you're okay.  Best to double-check though before you go and purchase anything.
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    RE: Mechanical dove decoys? 2008/08/08 20:33:21 (permalink)
    Perfectly legal.  Of course I bought mine the same year all my spots went belly up so I haven't even seen a dove while I was using them.
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    RE: Mechanical dove decoys? 2008/08/11 09:12:47 (permalink)
    thanks,  thats what I thought...these shoould work killer at the place we dove hunt at...
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