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.