10 Dec 2015

Grand Oak Adventures

Grand Oak Adventures is a full service Whitetail and Waterfowl hunting operation. They offer hunts in the rich trophy whitetail area of Southern Iowa in Zone 4 and world class waterfowl hunts in Northern California.
Management of their 5,000 acre hunting property has been going on for 10 years and this will be the first year the public will have an opportunity to hunt the private ranch. Grand Oaks Adventures guides are the best in Iowa and will ensure you have the hunt of a lifetime!
For more information or to book a hunt visit their website by clicking on the link above.

23 Nov 2015

Ducks & Bucks Outfitters

Pro staffers Jake and Jimmy from Ducks & Bucks outfitters in NW Missouri have been hammering them over the Revolution Waterfowl decoys. Visit their website ducksnbucksoutfitters.com to book a once in a lifetime guided hunt. Their fully furnished log cabin and private duck lakes are surrounded by Squaw Creek National Wildlife Refuge, Bob Brown Conservation Area, and Nodaway Conservation Area making it one of the most productive waterfowl hunting areas in the country.

12 Oct 2015

Motion decoy carry bag

Our custom made motion decoy carry bags are now in stock. They’re designed to fit the Revolution Waterfowl wind duck decoy but will work with any motion decoy. They have internal pockets on each side to separate and store wings. Keep your decoys protected and organized with a great looking quality bag. Get em now while they last!

5 Oct 2015

Elk hunt

Congratulations to Revolution Waterfowl team member Scott Hancock on this awesome Wyoming archery bull

10 Sep 2015

Buku Calls

Duck season is almost upon us and if you’re looking for a new duck call, check out Buku Calls. These guys make some awesome sounding and great looking custom duck and elk calls. All of their calls are hand turned and tuned one at a time for a true custom call. You can find them on Facebook and Instagram or visit their website at bukucalls.com and order yours for that opening day hunt.

9 Sep 2015


Wind meter video

When we were in the design phase of our decoy, we tried several different ways to attach the wings. We originally wanted to use a pin to make the wings as easy to detach as possible. The problem however is that despite using the tightest tolerances, that method allowed slight movement in the wings which translates into noise when they start spinning.  Unacceptable!

The solution was to mill flat spots in the shaft and attach the wings with thumb screws. This ensures the wings are always in the same position and locked down. The result is a great looking decoy with wings that will silently spin in a 3 MPH wind.

Remember to position your wings with the cupped part of the wing facing forward. If you need replacement thumb screws or just want to carry some spares, use 1/2 inch long 8/32.