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Discussion in 'Decoy Forum' started by Batman74, Nov 25, 2017.
My thread title pretty much sums it up, where can I find Mallard decoys made of cork? Thank you.
How many and how soon do you want them?
I have some of these, False Cape Gunning Decoys, they are very nice, but pricey, the husband carves them and the wife paints them: http://www.falsecapegunningdecoys.com/
Those Sneak box decoys are very nice.
They better be at $90 each.
It cracks me up at what some guy's are willing to pay for decoys these days.
False Cape is down the road from me. Very very nice decoys and he and his wife are great people.
It may be a bet late in the season to expect delivery of hand made stuff .
Very nice people, I have about a half dozen mallards that I bought over the years, I only use them in small ponds and protected sloughs, where less is more in the way of decoys. A couple years ago I needed to touch up a few of the decoys, I e-mailed them and they sent me very detailed instructions on what paints to buy and how to mix them. Very good customers service.
L L Bean used to have the big cork coastal decoys in mallard, black duck and pintail, the first two excellent, the pins not so much. I had about a dozen blacks that found a home all the way across the country in Ipswich Mass. Owner told me that over TG weekend those few dekes lured in a bunch of a dozen blacks that landed twenty feet from the blind. Even in the hey days of the 1940's I never saw a dozen blacks come in one bunch.