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Decoy Rigs: 

-Standard Rigs (all around use, puddle or diver spreads)
  -Can adjust for different water depths
  -Can pack in mesh bags
  -Durable, tried and true method
  -Takes longer to rig each decoy
  -Keel Grabbers can get brittle when cold
  -Can take longer to set each decoy in your spread
  -Can get expensive buying all the components needed to rig 

-Texas Rig (puddle duck spreads)
  -Quick deployment and pick up
  -Can rig decoys quickly
  -Can be clipped together and carried without a bag
  -Reasonable cost
  -Can buy various lengths and weights 
  -Limited length for hunting deeper water or tidal water
  -Can tangle
  -Clips can be difficult to get on at times and break when cold
  -Decoys take more damage if not carried in bags
  -Can take up more room and be disorganized in the boat.

-Long Lines (diver spreads)
  -Quick Deployment/Pick up of large spreads
  -Flexible and easily adjustable
  -Can tangle if mainline is not thick enough
  -Lines can get pricey
  -Need to know the water depth you will be hunting
  -Can be difficult to set by your self/in the dark




In this weeks episode we continue our duck profile as we feature the mighty Canvasback.(7:52)  We also go in-depth on decoy rigs and discuss various types of rigs available and the benefits/drawbacks of each.(18:19)  As always, we close the show with our "Parting Shot".(1:02:50) 

Episode 12

Canvasback Profile, Decoy Rigs