Decoy & Woodshop
1 Seabrook, N.H.
In gunnin' days of years ago the inexpensive
silhouette bird was a way for hunters of little means to put out a
decent "spread". The original silhouettes did not have the
horizontal insert and would tend to shy an educated bird. The newer
style was more successful as a three dimensional decoy that could be
easily slid apart for transporting across the Great Marsh. Today
these fine examples of days gone by often find themselves as a
center piece in the gardens of Geof's customers.