These DIY floating goose decoys, made from some of the shells you have in the back of that shed, will save you money and bring in more birds.
If you have some basic carpentry skills, you can easily convert your goose shells to produce some highly functional floating goose decoys, and it will save you money.
There you have it: some cheap pine board, some wood for a keel, and basic tools are all it takes to convert those shells into some great-looking floaters.
For goose hunting, it is all about flexibility and to switch hunts from open fields to over-the-water. This will allow you to target the more pressured birds as they move around from roosting on the water to active feeding on farmer’s land.
Put away a bit of time and put your decoys to work with this easy project.