Monday, September 23, 2019

Motion duck decoy

I am itching to get a good working prototype put together for a motion duck decoy that I have had in mind for nearly ten years. It was actually an idea of a coworker of mine. Maybe in a few weeks....

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

New ideas

Do you have a specific type of decoy you would like to see developed? We are looking for new ideas and would like to hear what ideas you all have. Comment below and give us a general description of what type of decoy you would like to see come out on the market. You never know, we may be able to come up with something!

Monday, April 29, 2013

Delays, delays.....

We made little progress on our head bobbing duck decoy. It is still on drawing board, but there has been little time to devote to it.  Hopefully some time will free up over the summer months into the fall.

Monday, October 15, 2012

Motion Decoy Still on the Drawing Board

I'm still working on getting a really cool head bobbing motion duck decoy together.  There have been several other projects pressing from my attention and this one has slipped some.  I still hope to get several of them built for this hunting season.  If you would like to be able to test one out, leave a comment below or contact me via my main website,  I will get some photos and a video up as soon as I have a good functioning model.  Stay tuned!!!

Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Head Bobbing Motion Decoy

Had a little time over the weekend to work on the 1st prototype of the motion decoy I've been meaning to work on for a while.  It is basically a standard duck decoy that is outfitted with a small motor inside that moves the head (bill really) down into the water and then back up to the upright position.  Should cause some good ripple action in the water.  Plus it should look fairly realistic.  The mechanism worked well but I had a hard time fitting it into the decoy.  Back to the drawing board.
I hope to have this guy figured out before this year's duck season.  Might even be able to sell some custom-built (ie homemade) versions if all goes well.  Let me know if you are interested.  Contact me by commenting to this post or by filling out the contact page on .