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The Decoy Artist                                         

Early March snow crunches underfoot. Pennsylvania's duck-hunting season is… More

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Painting a Ross’s Goose                                                           

The white plumage on the Rosss goose provided one of the challenges when… More

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A Gadwall Trio                                     

Gadwalls are one of my favorite species of waterfowl. I especially love… More

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A Legacy Preserved: Contemporary Louisiana Decoy…

According to the Louisiana Wildfowl Carvers and Collectors Guild (LWCCG),… More

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Carve and Paint an American Wigeon Hen, Part Three

There are many ways to paint a hunting decoy. I have found that one good… More

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48th Annual Easton Waterfowl Festival - Antiques                                                                                                         

The Ward Museum provided a collection of antique decoys at the Easton… More

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The Maine Way: Part Two                                                       

In the last issue, I demonstrated how I carved a hen eider decoy inspired… More

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Less is More, Part One                                                     

I've tried to make this swimmer decoy look like a duck going somewhere in… More

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A Cork Mallard                                     

I developed and evolved the techniques presented in this tutorial during… More

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North Carolina Redheads                                                       

I had the hunting bug when I got out of school, so I jumped at the chance… More

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Tommy Stewart's Shore Thing                                                               

Tommy Stewart spends a lot of time walking the shore of Long Islands Great… More

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