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Do it Yourself Motion Duck Decoy Jerkline for Waterfowl Hunting - YouTube
Burlapping Foam Decoys
Foam Decoy Body part 2 shaping the decoy - YouTube
The Foamer ▶ Cost: $9 per decoy for a dozen or more ▶ You need: Pink insulating foam board, epoxy, burlap, mastic, basswood, furring strip ▶ How-to: Laminate the foam boards into a duck-sized block and start carving until it resembles the shape of a resting bird. Cut a keel from the furring strip and epoxy in place. Wrap a layer of burlap over the foam. Apply mastic and let it sit for 24 hours. Carve a duck head from the basswood or find a plastic head online. Paint to match plummage. .
The Lobster Pot Diver ▶ Cost: $12 or less per decoy ▶ You need: Lobster buoy, furring strip, basswood, epoxy, paint ▶ How-to: Saw the buoy in half (one buoy makes two decoys). Cut a 1-inch furring strip for a keel. Carve a basswood head or find plastic replacement heads online.
Canadian Goose Decoy/ Canvas Over Wire
Wood and wire frame for canvas Canada Goose decoy
Homemade Goose Decoys, Cheap and Easy. All you need is some dead innertubes you can get from any tireshop for free, some scrap 3/4" plywood, and some steel rod.
Hunting Waterfowl by Kayak
camo job for a canoe used for mobile duck hunting.
Homemade decoy sled - Two mortar mixing tubs connected with quick disconnect for easy concealment.
The $40 Duck Boat: How to Camouflage a Kayak | Field & Stream
Layout Cartblind for Goose Hunting
different take on a square knot
Slatts Rescue 550 Paracord 2 Point Rifle Sling Adjustable
Build a Game Cart for $100 | Outdoor Life
How to Build an inexpensive Game Cart - YouTube