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WATCH: Crowman’s top tips for flappers & rotary decoys

PUBLISHED: 15:19 16 August 2018 | UPDATED: 15:19 16 August 2018

What is the best way to set your shot pigeons up for use on your flapper?

What is the best way to set your shot pigeons up for use on your flapper?

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Andy Crow gives us his top tips for using flappers and rotaries in your decoy pattern, helping you in your mission to pigeon shooting greatness!

Rotaries can make a huge difference to your success rate, as long as the sun isn't shining off the arms!Rotaries can make a huge difference to your success rate, as long as the sun isn't shining off the arms!

Flappers and rotaries can be a valuable addition to your pigeon decoying bag, but only if you know the best way to use them. Ever wondered how to prevent the sun shining off the arms of your rotary? Or the best way to prepare your pigeons for the flapper? Andy “Crowman” Crow shares some top tips and general advice to help you make the best use of your flapper and rotary when pigeon shooting.

This series has been made in association with UK Shootwarehouse, which provides a wide array of pigeon shooting kit including decoys, flappers, hide building equipment, cradles and camo nets – it is one of Andy Crow’s choice suppliers for part of his extensive pigeon shooting arsenal. UK Shootwarehouse also sells a huge range of clothing, accessories, wildfowling decoys and equipment, optics and gundog equipment.

MORE VIDEOS IN THE SERIES:

Andy Crow’s favourite pigeon shooting equipment

How to build a field pigeon hide with Andy Crow

How to build a hedgerow pigeon hide with Andy Crow

Andy Crow’s top tips for decoying pigeons

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