Just got this little guy in today for a late birthday present. He'll make it on one hunt (per the carvers request) and then be placed on the mantle or some other piece of furniture to never see the water again.
dukhntr7 and I hunted with him in Missouri last year over a doz. and a half mallards that he had carved. Plastic decoys look horrible when you have those kinds of decoys floating in with them. :thumbsup:
This is a black duck I have of his. Hopefully next year I'll either have drake and hen woodies or drake and hen mallards.
I agree about the merganser. If I hunted with that I might mistake it for a real one, same for the black duck. Those look great, that guy knows what he is doing!! I wish I had a spread with all hand carved dekes!! :getdown: :salude:
quackkiller, I thought the same thing until I hunted the black. As much as those things cost you'll give everyone a lecture not to shoot low birds on it's side of the spread!!! :laughing: :laughing: :laughing:
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