Starting next year, duck decoys equipped with life like spinning wings will be outlawed in Arkansas. The decoys help lure wary waterfowl into shotgun range The state Game and Fish Commission voted unanimously yesterday to ban the popular decoys, starting with the 2005-2006 waterfowl season. The vote does not affect the upcoming season. The ban includes "electronic, mechanically guided, wind-powered or manually powered spinning blade devices that simulate wing movement." Known generically as Roboducks, spinning wing decoys have been controversial since their introduction about seven years ago. They attract ducks and geese by simulating the flapping wings of birds as they land or take off.