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A Flock of Labradors                                                 

Tucked away in a home in beautiful Bel Air, Maryland, is one of the most… More

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The Decoy Artist                                         

Early March snow crunches underfoot. Pennsylvanias duck-hunting season is… More

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A Toucan Decoy                                     

Since the mid-1970s I have been carving decoys, mostly waterfowl,… More

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An Art of Deception                                               

I began carving my own decoys shortly after moving to Idaho. Before that I… More

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A Toucan Decoy - Part II                                                         

In the last issue, I demonstrated how I started carving this toucan decoy,… More

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Pacific Brant, Part Two: Painting                                                                           

In the last issue, I carved and primed a brant. Since both the Atlantic… More

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Antique Style Duck Decoys                                                           

Contemporary techniques to replicate the grace, flow, and imperfections… More

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Labrador Gallery                                         

Frank Jonczak of Bel Air, Maryland, loves Labrador ducks. More

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Contemporary Gunning Decoys                                                               

Step-by-step instructions and patterns for carving and painting the… More

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Pintail                       

The pintail duck is a wonderfully aesthetic duck but it can represent a… More

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Beginner's Notebook: My Crow Rig                                                                         

While waterfowling on Pennsylvanias Susquehanna River and not seeing many… More

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Canvas Goose                                 

Over the past 30 years Ive witnessed almost every facet of decoy making… More

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Just Like 1936, Part 2                                                     

There are many techniques for making contemporary antique decoys. You may… More

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A Carolina Classic, Part Two                                                                 

Traditionally, the makers of canvas and wire decoys covered their decoys… More

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Core Sound Style, Part Two                                                             

Something just seems to draw us to old, rough, beat-up decoys. Maybe we… More

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