How to Fix Decoy Heads

It is likely that after many seasons of goose hunting you will break 1 or 2 decoy heads.  This may have happened by picking up your decoy by accident by the head or the decoys falling from your storage shelf of trailer onto the ground.  Regardless of how they broke here are the steps on how to fix decoy heads.

Supplies Needed:

  • Plastic glue such as Gorilla Glue
  • Toothpicks
  • Electrical tape
  • Paper Towel
  • Disposable/plastic gloves (optional)

Step 1: Clean and dry the broken decoy head pieces.

Step 2: Place a quarter sized amount of plastic glue to the paper towel to use as your glue supply.

Step 3: Dip the end of a toothpick in the plastic glue and apply the plastic glue to the edges of the broken head pieces.

Step 4: Match up the broken decoy head pieces and hold them in the correct place with your hand.

Step 5: Use the electrical tape to wrap around the decoy head and broken pieces to secure them into the correct place.

Step 6: Set the decoy heads gently on a flat surface and allow them to dry for 2-4 hours.

Step 7: Gently remove the electrical tape to reveal the finished product.