Ice fishing decoy carver and 1990 Michigan Heritage Award winner Dave Kober writes the MSU Museum Michigan Traditional Arts Program staff to say he has launched a newsletter (The_Wooden_Fish_Gallery@mail.vresp.com): "Howdy Folks! Just a quick note to let you know that my shop is open for the season! Just 10 miles south of Cadillac, MI, on M115, you can't miss us - just keep an eye open for the BIG fish out front (: Stop by, stay for a while and see what's new this year. I've been busy this past winter so there's plenty to choose from - but come early while the pick of the catch are still available! Life has been a wee bit busy since a great article appeared in Field and Stream Magazine! Check it out here...... http://www.fieldandstream.com/photos/gallery/fishing/2012/03/fish-decoys
photos courtesy of Dave Kenyon, see them and read more about Dave on the Michigan Heritage Award site (http://museum.msu.edu/s-program/mh_awards/awards/1990DK.html)
Dave has been at several of our festivals to sell his work and demonstrate making his art.
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