This smallest of North American waterfowl makes
up for it's lack of stature with a sharp color scheme, acrobatic flight, and it
provides tasty table fare. It is found in all flyways and migrates both early
and late season in small bunches and big flocks. It frequents both small ponds
and larger marshes so it is a very versatile decoy to add to your spread. The
Autumn Wings version is a solid wood design with a beefy keel. They are about
11" long and look real nice out on the water or on your mantel at home.
Video & photos coming soon