Autumn Wings Wooden Duck Decoys are hand-carved from select basswood and hand brushed with oils after priming with linseed oil as a preservative/binder. The feather like sheen of our wood decoys is beautiful in the hand and deadly realistic on the water. Carefully set glass eyes finish the deception. Since they are handcrafted from wood, no two Autumn Wings Wooden Duck Decoys are exactly alike.

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Antique Heron Lake Canvasback
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Item #: DC-AntHeronlake -

Autumn Wings offers antique style hand carved wood Heron Lake MN canvasback decoys suitable for gunning decoy applications. These are our hand carved wood decoys in a solid design not hollowed out like our other hunting decoys. This is a more traditional style of decoy construction, true to the early American antiques that are so desirable.Canvasback are available in the standard pose either drake or hen.

Wooden Bluebill
Availability: In Stock
Item #: DC-Bluebill -

These "jets from the north" are favorites of diver hunters in every flyway. Large speedy flocks of bills over the duck decoys make lasting memories. Big water and large duck decoy spreads are the norm when hunting these late migrants.Our hand carved wood decoys capture the essence of Blue Bill with a highly visible standard shape for recognition even in rough water, a contented resting pose, and a sleeper pose to convey confidence. These basswood Blue Bills are about 2X oversize (12" X 7") and...

Wooden Bufflehead
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Item #: DC-Bufflehead -

This "butterball" is a bundle of energy in the air over marshes large and small. They typically travel in small groups and seem to delight in changing elevations at high speeds. This is the smallest diver and would appear smaller yet if the drake did not have the puffy hooded head with strident white set off by iridescent purple and green. Our decoy emphasizes this distinctive head shape, seemingly large for a bird of this diminutive stature. The hen is characteristically muted as hen divers...

Wooden Canvasback
Availability: In Stock
Item #: DC-Canvasback -

The "king" of diving ducks, the majestic can is a large diver with a distinctive wedge shaped head. The male (or bull) has a red head giving way to a sturdy black bill. The hen is colored with subtle grays and browns and they make a sharp couple out on the water. These birds are not deceptive at all, when they want in your decoys they bore full speed making sweeping turns as they approach.The can is a living symbol of market hunting at the turn of the century. Canvasbacks were prized by market...

Wooden Mallard
Availability: In Stock
Item #: DC-Mallard -

When you hold this striking 16" gunning decoy in your hands you are transported back 50 or 75 years to the era of hand crafted wooden duck decoys hand painted with replicating the era. Yet it you think this beauty is going to cost you performance on the marsh you are wrong! We chiseled out the material from the bottom to keep the weight down to about 1.75 lbs each. The resulting concave bottom has proven to ride solid in fair winds or high seas. The standard wood keel is notched to accept a...

Wooden Ringneck
Availability: In Stock
Item #: DC-Ringneck -

This cocky diver with the rear-facing head crest is the mainstay of our Mississippi Flyway diver shooting, especially these days with the declining population and lower bag limits for Bluebills.They nest locally in the forested lake region of Minnesota and north into Canada providing us shooting from opening day until ice-up and then on down the flyway to wintering grounds in the deep south.My hunting buddies and myself felt intuitively that good Ringneck duck decoys would be more effective...

Wooden Wood Duck
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Item #: DC-Woodduck -

These beauties add a touch of elegance to a decoy spread. Beautiful in flight, sitting on a branch, or swimming wood ducks are a welcome addition to a hunters bag. They look for secluded back waters and prefer wooded covers such as river bottoms and small ponds. Found all across North America but most numerous in the Mississippi and Atlantic flyways. Our "woodies" are close to life size and look as terrific on the mantel as they do in the water.