Home > decoys
Hand carved decoys
I've tried to make this swimmer decoy look like a duck going somewhere in… More
As a beginner, you will most likely find it much easier to carve a decoy… More
Decoys you can cut in half down the centerline to get two equal pieces… More
The decorative decoy came to the United Kingdom in the early 1980s,… More
In Charlestown just across the Flats, I discovered a very different method… More
There are many ways to carve and finish a decoy. In these articles, I'll… More
When you carve in a historical regional style, the details make the… More
One of the more prominent and often emulated historical styles is the one… More
Last issue, I discussed how to texture and prime the decoy. Now, it's time… More
Palm frond decoys have a long history throughout central and northern… More
Waterfowlers know that a rig with deeks in a variety of attitudes will… More
Contemporary antique decoys have become a new trend in an old folk art,… More
There are many ways to paint a hunting decoy. I have found that one good… More
mqwerty qwerty qwerty qwerty qwerty qwerty qwerty qwerty qwerty qwerty qwer More
A decoy is more than the sum of its parts, of course, but it's still… More
Register Now!Forgot Password?
Log InForgot Password?
Log InRegister Now!
Enter your email address and we will send your password.