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Welcome to Homer Decoys. Homer Decoys was started in the spring of 2015 by Tony Homer, who has spent his entire life chasing waterfowl, From his first harvested duck on Thanksgiving day of 1979 the Passion and obsession has never stopped. In the early 1990's Tony began tinkering with making decoys and boats on his own once creating cardboard field goose shells for field hunting and continued to...
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Today you will find my decoys on two prints and they also are to be found nationwide. I have several decoys in the "Decoy Museum" at Havre d'Grace, Maryland. Among the awards for decoy making, the most recent is an "Honorable Mention" for a Northern Pike decoy submitted to the Greater Michigan Decoy Show, last September, 2000. Each winter I teach classes for fish carving and fish decoy making...
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Duluth Fish Decoys DFD Duluth, MN Dave Perkins Folk Art Fish Decoys. I guess it all started when I speared my first northern pike – what a thrill. The only thing better was to spear one lured in with a decoy I made myself. I made more decoys to spear more fish and found out I liked making decoys...
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A fine arts gallery in the Adawe Mall, Lac du Flambeau, is an outlet of authentic Native American art from the woodland tribes. The Woodland Indian Art Center is home to a Native art gallery featuring the artwork of Native American artists from across Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Indiana,...
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Gene Marshall's decoy page, filled with pictures and info on barnegat bay decoys, brant decoys, broadbill barnegat bay style decoys, black duck decoys. I carve traditional hunting decoys. In New Jersey there are two types of decoy’s Coastal Bay style and Delaware River style. I carve mostly...
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Charles Jobes handmade decoys from Havre de Grace, MD. Charles Jobes' decoy shop is located behind his family home on Otsego Street in Havre de Grace, Maryland. Charles makes traditional hand carved Chesapeake Bay style Decoys as is the tradition in this area and handed down from the great masters of the profession. Decoys are available in several collectible styles as well as Gunning Decoys to...
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You might ask ¡°What is the difference between Quack Decoy and other decoy manufacturers? Well that¡¯s easy: We're rubber, they are not.We are constant innovators, they are not. We are constantly searching for new ways to make things better. We have a great insight on solving problems because we actually use the products we manufacture and sell. From training our dogs with the Pawboy, to duck...
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At Herban Hunter we have developed duck decoys to give your spread realism with spinning wing motion decoys that create the illusion of ducks landing. When duck hunting motion is the key to attracting waterfowl to land. Our Hypnotizer spinning wing duck hunting decoy is the lightest (only 1 ½ lbs.), easiest to transport, most durable, hassle free on the market. Drop it, throw it, drop it in the...
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Charles Jobes handmade decoys from Havre de Grace, MD. Charles Jobes' decoy shop is located behind his family home on Otsego Street in Havre de Grace, Maryland. Charles makes traditional hand carved Chesapeake Bay style Decoys as is the tradition in this area and handed down from the great masters of the profession. Decoys are available in several collectible styles as well as Gunning Decoys to...
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Rich Brooks is a resident of Langhorne, PA who has worked with his hands for most of his life. Earlier pursuits included painting, woodturning, furniture making, and leather working. He was once a juried member of the Bucks County Guild of Craftsmen in both wood and leather working. Rich began woodcarving in 1995 and entered his first woodcarving competition in 1997. Since then, he has won over...
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Dave Smith Decoys needed to find a new home to keep up with demand. Unfortunately, right as they were making the move, they suffered a horrible loss. After months of recovering and a long moving process, things are finally getting back on track and the new shop is helping them grow their business faster than ever. All of our decoys are made in Lebanon Oregon with the highest quality materials...
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Telex turns this approach on its head to create what is essentially a proxy server without an IP address. In fact, users don't need to know any secrets to connect. The user installs a Telex client app (perhaps by downloading it from an intermittently available website or by making a copy from a friend). When the user wants to visit a blacklisted site, the client establishes an encrypted HTTPS...
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Decoy by Duckhorn delivers Sonoma County quality wine at an affordable price. Made to be enjoyed upon release in their youth, a selection of varietals are produced, including Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay. See our delicious new pairing ideas for Decoy Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. SEE MORE. We've got year around gift-giving covered - make...
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As always, you still get a 100% custom decoy. Choose the size, pose, plumage and specie from anywhere in the world. The only limitation is your imagination! Every order will involve being contacted by me to get your order perfect. I even went as far as to setting up a Facebook account to maximize the client/carver experience. I began making decoys because I was not satisfied with what was...
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 JOEY Painting a Black Duck at Delta Days  Joey Jobes is the youngest of three sons of Captain Harry R. Jobes, a respected and very well known local Waterman and Decoy Carver of the area. Growing up in Havre de Grace, Md. and being around the water all the. Ou won't get any decoys made in the summer from Joey. Summer is for fishing and crabbing. From late May to early September, Joey is still...
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Building Devlin's Scaup [-] - The project that launched duckboats.net! Eric Patterson's step-by-step documentation of how he built his first duckboat. Discussions covering a broad range of waterfowling topics. Special interest on duck boats including construction, rigging, and use. Detailed specifications, information, and pictures of a multitude of duckboats produced today and in the past. See...
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