Well now that deer season and waterfowl seasons are almost finished I figured it was time to stoke up the fire for the 2010 spearing season. I brought home some cedar logs from the U.P. during deeer season and split a bunch of blanks for my new spearing decoys. I widdled out the rough shape of one last night. Its got a long way to go but I figured the few guys who spear or carve might get a little charged up. Wasn't really sure what I wanted to turn this piece into. But I guess its gonna be a sucker. At least thats what it is right now. I haven't had much luck with wooden fins but my goal for 2010 is to get better at carving wooden finned decoys that swim well. Last year was the first year where we really got into carving decoys and it added alot of enjoyment both on and off the ice. For you guys who carve your own feel free to post what your working on, what you've carved or new ideas you might have for the upcoming year. I am gonna try and update this post as I complete the decoys. I think it would be fun to see what everyone else is doing! I also am switching from the paintbrush to an airbrush this year....I wasn't the best at using a brush but I think I got some pretty cool ideas for some airbrush paint jobs. Hope to see some others contribute here!! Wanna kill these ads? We can help!