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Discussion in 'Decoy Forum' started by T.A. Culp, Nov 5, 2017.

  1. Fsbirdhouse

    Fsbirdhouse Senior Refuge Member

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    The bill is that of a hen Mallard, but lacking a paint over....hybrid is good
     
  2. Phil in MO

    Phil in MO Elite Refuge Member

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    Good job. Yes, there are carvers here. Just won't post here.
     
  3. rhpierce

    rhpierce Elite Refuge Member

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  4. Duck-Hunter

    Duck-Hunter Senior Refuge Member

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    Why not? I would rather see guys posting about their carvings instead of texas rig and mass production decoys. Seems like a few years ago we would see more post like these.

    I'm also looking to get into carving, would you suggest any good sites?
     
  5. Kody Bay

    Kody Bay New Member

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    Kody Bay New Member

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    Duck-Hunter Senior Refuge Member

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    Good looking decoys Kody!
     
  8. gwdecoys

    gwdecoys Elite Refuge Member

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    i assume they are foamers. I think you may have over-removed material on the bill, though. UNLESS, you are looking at producing a coot-buffie hybrid.
    Perhaps, when sealed and painted, that error will clean itself up.
     
  9. callinfowl

    callinfowl Kalifornia Forum

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    Nothing a little epoxy sculpt can't fix.:tu
    Nice looking decoys!!!:clap:tu
     
  10. WHUP ! Hen

    WHUP ! Hen Elite Refuge Member

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    They look like Buffies to me. The more you make, the better they will look.
     

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