Jerry Simmons picks up his decoys after the end of their first hunt. He carved the decoys by hand, making them from tupelo and cork.
Jerry Simmons picks up his decoys after the end of their first hunt. He carved the decoys by hand, making them from tupelo and cork. Mike Marsh
Jerry Simmons picks up his decoys after the end of their first hunt. He carved the decoys by hand, making them from tupelo and cork. Mike Marsh

Hand-carved decoys link waterfowl hunter to the past

February 01, 2017 10:13 AM

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