From Buenos Aires, Argentina, to the Cumberland River in Kentucky, I spent a lot of time duck hunting over Mojo's King Mallard in 2017. The completely redesigned spinning-wing decoy had the same mesmerizing effect on ducks as the original Mojo Mallard, but in a much quieter, faster, and frankly better design. The King Mallard is a big, heavy thing, though, so Mojo has followed it up in 2018 with an entire line of decoys built around a smaller motor and housing. Called the Elite Series, the new decoys are available in Mini Mallard versions (drake and hen), Blue-Wing Teal, Green-Wing Teal, Pintail, Gadwall, and Wood Duck. At the heart of each is a self-contained box that includes the motor, battery, and wing assembly. The "duck" part of the decoy is a flexible, slip-over skin. They all work on a Cam Lock support pole that's much sturdier than the old aluminum spinner poles. Hunters can save some money with these smaller decoys, too. The original King Mallard retails for $170, but the new teal are $80 each, and the Gadwall, Pintail, and Mini-Mallard versions are $90 each. MOJO Outdoors —W.B.