How Do You Make a Snow Goose Silhouette?

When waterfowl hunting, you want to make sure that you are using the most effective decoy setup. One way to do this is by using snow goose Silhouette decoys.

A snow goose Silhouette decoy can be used to mimic a flock of geese flying overhead or resting in a field. It can also be used to spook geese into the air, which can then be shot at by hunters.

Making a snow goose Silhouette decoy requires some basic materials, such as plywood, screws, nails and paint. Begin by cutting out the shape of a snow goose from the plywood.

Make sure that the shape is roughly 11 inches wide and 6 inches tall. Once you have the shape cut out, use screws and nails to attach it securely onto a wooden base.

Next, paint the body of the snow goose with white paint. Make sure that you get into all of the crevices and corners when painting so that it looks realistic. Once you have finished painting it white, add some details such as eyes, wings and feathers with black paint.

Once your snow goose Silhouette is complete, you can set up your decoy spread in whatever way you like. You may choose to have them arranged in a V-formation or scattered randomly across your hunting area. Regardless of how you set them up, they will help to draw geese into shooting range.


Making a snow goose Silhouette decoy is not difficult if you have the right materials and tools on hand. With some plywood, screws and nails, paint and other small supplies you will be able to create an effective decoy setup for waterfowl hunting that will help draw geese in for an easy shot.