NATIVE AMERICAN FISH DECOYS
Here is a very interesting Native American spearing decoy from Minnesota. It
measures 5" long. The decoy has a wood body and tin fins. The body is covered
with beaver fur which is stitched around the head and across the belly. The eyes
are small black glass pin heads. This decoy is highly unusual and a great piece of
folk art. It would have been irresistable to Musky and Pike when used.
P.O. BOX 462.
STILLWATER, MN, 55082