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RIG'EM RIGHT Rig'Em Right™ Decoy Jerk Rig

A relaxed flock of ducks makes an amazing amount of water commotion while feeding and socializing. To draw ducks "feet down" at close range, decoy movement is essential, especially when the wind is light and the water is like glass. For decades, serious waterfowlers have used jerk strings to put motion in their decoy spreads. This jerk rig takes an age-old technique to an advanced, super-compact level. Setup is easy: drop the miniature anchor, attach up to four decoys on the snap swivels, and string the 100-ft. cord to your boat or blind. The entire rig is compact enough to fit in a coat pocket or blind bag. Recommended for water depths to 5 ft. Carrying case included.
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do i need to attach a weight with the decoys?

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When attaching the decoys to the rig line, do i need to add weight to each decoy as well or would the anchor suffice for four decoys?

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You would not need to put weights on the decoys when using the Rig'Em Right™ Decoy Jerk Rig.
answered 2 years, 8 months ago
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the anchor will suffice for four decoys...we use them with duck and goose decoys without a problem.
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answered 2 years, 6 months ago
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No. No weight is necessary and some weights may interfere with the motion if they hang down. I do have weights on my dekes, as a personal preference, but they are the kind which securely attach to the keel. I keep the weights on for versatility.
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answered 1 year, 10 months ago
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You can use the rig with or without anchors. I will be adding a loop to the front of the decoy keel to make it easier to attach the decoy to the line.
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No additional weight needs to be added to the decoys you attach to the jerk rig. I just leave the weights off or leave them secured to the keel of the decoy. They act more naturally with no weight attached.
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the only weight you will need to use is the mainline anchor that is included in the kit.
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answered 2 years, 2 months ago
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Would I need to purchase decoy line to use the jerk rig or is the "100 ft of nylon cord" all I need?

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State: Washington
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asked 2 years, 2 months ago
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The Rig'Em Right Decoy Jerk Rig item number IK-228748 comes complete. The 100 ft. decoy line supplied is all one needs to work with this product.
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The 100 ft of nylon cord is plenty for most hunting. But, always keep a 500 ft spool of tarred nylon cord in your blind bag. It has many uses in the field.
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I have used this rig dozens of times and have never let out all of the cord. I don't think you will need extra.
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The line that came with the rig is way more than I have ever needed. I hunt very close and hide well. I want to shoot all my ducks at a maximum of 25 yards. Most I shoot at 15, so nearly all the cord stays wound up on the spool.
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It was plenty for me.
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There's plenty of line with the kit. Too much line puts them out of effective gun range.
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How many decoys can this hold at a time?

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The Rig'Em Right™ Decoy Jerk Rig, item # IK-228748, gives motion for up to four decoys.
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"Setup is easy: drop the miniature anchor, attach up to four decoys on the snap swivels, and string the 100-ft. cord to your boat or blind."

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State: Minnesota
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The rig comes with clips for four decoys. But more can be added.
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How much does the anchor weigh?

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The Rig'Em Right™ Decoy Jerk Rig, item # IK-228748, includes a 1.25 lb. anchor.
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I would guess that the weight is 3-4lbs. It doesn't move once it's down.
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What springs the decoys to their original position?

I am a new hunter and am very curious about these jerk cords. Obviously the anchor is stationary in the mud, but when you pull on the cord what moves and returns the decoys to their original positions? Is it a bungie cord style? If so, how far does it stretch?
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In regards to the Rig'Em Right™ Decoy Jerk Rig, item # IK-228748, this product is designed to help add movement to the decoy and water. There is nothing that will return the decoy to the original place as they will be free moving on the cord they are attached to. Their position will be determined by wind or water current.
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