Anybody ever use a "Mojo-Duck" or equivalent type decoy while duck hunting? Do they work as good as they're supposed to? Several states have banned them, so there must be a reason. I ordered one, with a remote controlled on-off switch. I've been duck hunting for about 25 yrs, and I do fairly good with a couple dozen plain old plastic decoys. But there are days when there's very few ducks flying around, and the few flocks I do see, are fairly far off, and never spot my spread. I figured a little "action" can't hurt. I bought the remote control so I can turn it on, then off, then maybe on again.... more realistic than one that runs continuosly... not to mention the battery life. I now routinely use a black flag on a 15' cane pole for canada geese (and it's amazing how good that has worked), and a couple hundred white cloth diapers and rags scattered about an open field does wonders for attracting snows... so I was wondering if anybody has had any luck with a motorized-wing duck decoy.