Duck Decoys Shop

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Duck DecoyHere you will find one of the largest selections of new, vintage and antique duck decoys for sale. But we are more than just the best place to find decoys, we also offer other helpful information and resources on using duck decoys, collecting them, and hunting in general. We know how hard it is to find quality duck decoys at reasonable prices, which is why created this site - to make finding the decoys you're looking for a fun and hassle-free task.

You can shop for duck decoys, antique duck decoys, vintage duck decoys, and many more. Just search through our store categories on the right-hand side of the page to get started.

Cant find the duck decoy you are looking for? Try using the search function at the top of the page. Simply type in the name or description of the decoy you want and press the search button. For instance, if you're trying to find a pintail decoy made of wood, type into the box "wood pintail duck decoy" and our system will instantly search for it.

What are Duck Decoys?

Hunters have used decoys for thousands of years to attract ducks into their shooting range. Today there are many variations and designs of decoys made to resemble all different types of duck species. You can find them made of plastic, thermoplastic, foam, cork or wood. There are even motorized duck decoys made to swim or bob around in the water to produce natural ripples.

Mallard Duck Decoy

Collecting Duck Decoys

Collecting duck decoys remains a popular hobby for beginners and long-time enthusiasts alike. People love to collect items with age, uniqueness and beauty, and duck decoys feature all of these traits.

Some individuals seek to only collect a few decorative decoys for their home or cabin, while others look to complete a one-of-a-kind collection. No matter what your reason for collecting them is, you're sure to find the best selection of here at unbeatable prices.

Using Duck Decoys

For centuries, hunters have relied on the use of decoys to lure ducks into their shooting range. Now don't get me wrong, you can successfully hunt ducks without decoys (known as jump shooting or pass shooting), but it's typically more time-consuming and you'll generally see far fewer ducks. Using duck decoys allows you to hunt from a still location (known as a hunting blind) while you wait for ducks to land.

While the the design and construction of duck decoys has drastically changed over the years, their principle remains the same - hunters strategically place them in a pond, lake or nearby body of water to give ducks the impression that it's safe to come in and land. When the ducks flying overhead see this natural-looking setup, they'll likely try to come in and land. The hunter may also use a duck caller to add even more realism to the decoy spread.

It's important to know how to use properly use decoys if you want to have success hunting ducks. Unfortunately you can't throw out a dozen random decoys and watch the ducks come flying down. Instead, you have to identify the different duck species in the area and look for their behavioral patterns. While some species may be drawn to your current decoy setup, others may feel threatened and fly away from it. One of the patterns you should look for is the size of flocks certain duck species prefer. If the ducks you're hunting prefer traveling in smaller flocks, use less decoys, if they prefer larger flocks, use more. You can determine this information by asking someone familiar with hunting in the area or by doing a little testing of your own. After all, the best tips will come from your own experiences in the blind.

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