SHOT SHOW 2016: MOJO Whirligig

SHOT SHOW 2016: MOJO Whirligig


Ducks beware, your newest threat has arrived. While at the SHOT SHOW 2016, the WILDFOWL online staff took a look at the all-new MOJO Whirligig. This decoy is unlike anything out on the market today. The MOJO Whirligig is a realistic butt-up decoy that combines attention getting wing motions plus body movement.


The MOJO Whirligig displaces more water than any other decoy on the market today. The action-packed decoy allows birds flying overhead to get a life-like scenario on the water below.

The specifically designed system allows water to be pumped up through valves, then shot up towards the wings, where they both create a life-like motion that exhibits a moving duck in the water. The water droplets are somewhat elegantly sprayed over the decoy, creating sunlight reflection ripples on the water; allowing birds flying overhead to get a life-like scenario on the water below.


The Whirligig operates 6-8 hours on a 12 volt battery (not included) and also works great with dove and pigeons. Throw it in any water depth and stay worry free. We saw a ton of great products at SHOT SHOW 2016, but the MOJO Whirligig was defiantly the most unique. Coming this summer at a suggested retail price of $129.99

The MOJO Whirligig was defiantly an attention-getter at SHOT SHOW 2016. With its life-like action and over-the-top water displacement, your sure to attract all the birds from your neighbor's watering hole.

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