Your Source for Vintage Hand-carved Decoys and Factory Decoys from Michigan, Wisconsin, and the St. Clair Flats/S.W. Ontario.
Welcome to wooden-Decoy.com
At Wooden-decoy, we offer a range of quality wooden waterfowl decoys, spear-fishing decoys, and hunting collectibles for sale.
Our general area of emphasis is the Great Lakes region (especially Wisconsin, Michigan, S.W. Ontario and the St. Clair Flats), but we also sell decoys from all areas of North America from coast-to-coast and from Canadian Provinces other than Ontario. The variety that we market on this website is wide. We feature vintage hand-carved decoys along with antique birds made in famous factories; contemporary and vintage decorative decoys; and vintage and contemporary gunning decoys. Some of the decoys that you see listed are “Under the Radar” creations made by little-known or even unknown carvers. At first glance, some of them even seem like old relicts but with a charm that is appealing.
The waterfowl species usually include black ducks, bluebills, buffleheads, canvasbacks, golden-eye, mallards, pintails, redheads, and teals. The spear-fishing decoys include species of perch, northern pike, shiners, suckers and others depending on our inventory. We have some hunting collectibles such as knives and prints among our listings, along with books for sale.
We welcome your business either as a buyer. We appraise and identify decoys free-of-charge. If you are trying to locate a decoy by a particular carver, we can try to find it. Finally, if you have an entire collection to be appraised, we can help. If you are interested in joining the web site as a regular member or being being a consigner for a few decoys, please e-mail for details and instructions.
Progress on Evans Decoys has been excellent. We're still not finished but getting closer every day. To get on our pre-order list, simply send Jackie an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are hoping to release the book at the 2014 Minnesota Decoy Show. This will be a limited edition, signed and numbered book about these Wisconsin gems. And thanks to everyone who has sent us pictures of their grand old Evans decoys!