Duck hunting for diver species like Canvasbacks, Redheads, Ringnecks, Eiders, Goldeneye and other diver ducks.
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finished these up for Troy..........at least a start on an order, although these are ex-gratia.........foam core/16 lb urethane heads from Toledo/trestle coating with cork dust/yellow pine keels on a burlapped bottom.......I really like this medium for trestle coating....not as 'hairy' as the sawdust....these are very solid and still provide a great anti-glare finish while showing detail if desired
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very nice i wish i had the guts to make my own gun dekes
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Good looking work there!!
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Nice job on those scoter! Have you ever carved brant?
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Good stuff there Dave. The eider/scoter spread is going to fool a lot sea ducks in 2012/13!
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