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Hand Carved

October 8, 2010
By ANDY NELSON-ZALESKI Journal Staff Writer

GWINN - Back in the day waterfowl decoys, such as duck decoys, were not that big a deal. Hunters would find materials laying around the house to make a decoy to hunt over. Not much skill was used. A hunter would nail a couple of pieces wood together and carve them out using knives and then slap some paint on it and call it good.

 
 
 

 

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