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    Default BEST diy sandhill decoys

    me and shorty spent the day grilling duck and makeing some decoys too hunt under this season.
    heres the before

    here is the after, still needs some grooming

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    Dude! I need some of those for my front yard! Screw the pink flamingos!
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    AWESOME JOB! Maybe you have a Second Career making decoys!!!!!!!

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    Love the high chair in the studio.
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    Good looking decoys. They have a certain 'silence of the lambs' quality to them.

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    Very cool. Can't get more realistic without live decoys.

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    Those are great. And the fact you got away with doing those in your kitchen is amazing. My wife lets me have the game room for all my birds. But if I tried that in my kitchen, i would be sleeping with the dog! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robn1020 View Post
    Those are great. And the fact you got away with doing those in your kitchen is amazing. My wife lets me have the game room for all my birds. But if I tried that in my kitchen, i would be sleeping with the dog! lol
    it wasnt easy them things are so big i didnt have much of a choice. see the plastic over the table

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    Good job,those are definately nice! Ribeye in the sky!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robn1020 View Post
    Those are great. And the fact you got away with doing those in your kitchen is amazing! lol

    That is not a bird on the dinner table thats a decoy making table in the studio.

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