Breaking your decoy bodies may be one of the least common ways your decoys are damaged but in the case that they are damaged here is how you can get them looking new again. Here are the steps on how to fix decoy bodies.
When your decoys get used heavily each season they often get dirty. The flocking can actually rub off from transporting to and from your favorite hunting spot. With these steps we will show you how to flock goose decoy heads in a step by step process with no step missed.
Do you have excess shell decoys but not enough floating decoys? Floating goose decoys can be expensive, with these simple to follow step-by-step instruction we will show you how to turn your shell Canadian goose decoys into floating goose decoys for about $2 per decoy.
Duck decoys get bumped around a lot as you carry them to and from your hunting spot. Every few years we recommend putting a fresh paint on your duck decoys. This is because it is important to have brightly painted decoys to help catch the attention of ducks flying near your spread. Follow these simple steps on how to paint duck decoys.
Flocking the heads of duck decoys can take away any glare that your decoys may have. Additionally, flocking can wear off after hard hunting use. Let me show you how to flock duck decoy heads with these SUPER easy step by step directions step by step with no step missed. I have used these steps myself to make decoy heads look new once again.
Painting your goose decoys can be done with a few supplies and a little learning. Let me make this SUPER easy for you to do by following my step by step directions on how to paint goose decoys.
Many people have used these instructions to make decoys that looked like they should have been thrown away to look brand new and ready to hunt over once again.