Silhouette goose decoys possess one major disadvantage: They're two-dimensional. At certain angles--especially from overhead--these flat goose shapes can literally disappear from view. And full-body decoys, while more realistic, are big, expensive, and a pain to store and transfer--everything silhouettes are not.
Fortunately, waterfowl hunters can have the best of both worlds simply by adding a bit of body--literally--to their silhouette decoys. Dried goose wings tacked onto a flat decoy provide a third dimension and improve the decoy's natural appearance. The process is easy and effective and can be used for Canadas, snows, or specklebellies.**