Hand Carved Decoys for ?????????

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  1. Rutgers

    Rutgers Elite Refuge Member

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    I'm looking for somewhere to go nest fall or winter. I'm pretty well open to suggestions. I'd be happy to carve some hollow cedar traditional decoys in exchange. Any takers?
     
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    lizard55033 Senior Refuge Member

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    Very interesting offer...but my wife would put the deks to a place only a dentist and a proctolist could find them
     
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    jackduckhunter Elite Refuge Member

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    Clear out your PM inbox...........
     
  4. Rutgers

    Rutgers Elite Refuge Member

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    Done!
     
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    pothole jumper New Member

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    how about ducks/pheasants in South Dakota. Best time would be last week of Oct. or 1st. week of Nov.
     
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    MDcanvasback Elite Refuge Member

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    how about an eastern shore of maryland goose hunt?
     
  7. Rutgers

    Rutgers Elite Refuge Member

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    Sorry fellas, I haven't checked this thread in a while.

    Thank you for the replies. All offers sound very interesting. I will post some pictures of my decoys and we can take it from there. The wife and I are expecting our first child in June, and I cant saw for sure what that will do to the hunting season.

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    These are all sold, and I have a lot more, just too cold to get them painted for a while. They are all hollow white cedar and painted in oils.

    Take Care

    Paul
     
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    Rutgers Elite Refuge Member

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    A few pintails waiting for paint

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  9. Rutgers

    Rutgers Elite Refuge Member

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    Wood duck and oldsquaw. The woodie is from my rig, the oldsquaw was a commission. Both are sold.

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    Even did a shorebird once. Seeing as how we cant hunt them, I dont see myself doing anymore. Here's an avocet.

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