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Bob was generous enough to send me 2 Rock Crow Decoys that he donated to my crow museum.  I am sure it will take time for me to get a good collection going but not a better way to start off.

Thanks so much!

John



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Hi John,

Glad to be a part of you're crow museum in Minnesota. You will find other crow decoys but that one still in it's original wrap is quite rare. I still use those old Rock Crow decoys to hunt with to this day.

Bob A.

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r those decs just for hanging. it looks like the stake is cut or ????

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Those decoys are sweet!!

The King of Crows is a generous king!

We will have to hunt with the unwrapped decoy and see if it brings us some of Bob's mojo....

-- Edited by Minnesota Mike on Tuesday 20th of July 2010 01:31:24 AM

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I would love to go threw all your gear bob that you have had. There alone is a museum

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Hi John,

Those decoys belonged to Boyd Robeson who was my partner for a little over 20 years.

I have to tell you something, think of the odds here, you are from Woodbury, MN and Boyd was from Woodbury County, Iowa!

I remember it like yesterday when I first ran into Boyd on the north side of Red Lake, South Dakota in 1965. Then I ran into him again in 1973 in Kansas with my brother. Boyd & I shot just shy ( 99,000 plus ) of 100,000 crows together from 1974 to 1994. That is not encluding the ones I shot with Jim Lundquist during those years. The greater majority were all killed in Kansas, some in Ft. Cobb as well. Ft. Cobb was done by the late 1970's to early 1980's.

Well thats the history lesson for today.

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Minnesota Mike wrote:


We will have to hunt with the unwrapped decoy and see if it brings us some of Bob's mojo....

-- Edited by Minnesota Mike on Tuesday 20th of July 2010 01:31:24 AM



Are you kidding me!!!

Heck I might not even let you touch them if you are thinking of hunting with it or opening it!!!!!

I am going to tell Deb to hide them when you come over when I am out of town.

John

 



-- Edited by Minnesota John on Tuesday 20th of July 2010 04:58:12 PM

-- Edited by Minnesota John on Tuesday 20th of July 2010 05:00:06 PM

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might want to re-read....hunting with the "unwrapped" decoy...not the packaged one.


great start to your collection!

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Yeah the "unwrapped" one......I keep everything "unwrapped" when you are out of town!

ha ha yeah!!

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