TIDCA Displays and Contests – Previous Clayton Decoy Shows

2016 TIDCA Display: Frank Coombs and the Alex Bay Longnecks


    

2016 TIDCA Contest

  • 3 black ducks by 3 different makers
  • Broadbill from Lake Ontario or the St. Lawrence River
  • Puddle duck other than black duck from Lake Ontario or the St. Lawrence

Photos from the 2016 TIDCA contest: judges Joe Engers, Larry Lunman, and Dick Hollis shown at top left; and the first (blue), second (red), and third place (yellow) winners in each of the three contest categories: black duck category winners (top right); broadbill category winners (bottom left); and puddle duck category winners (bottom right).

 

2015 TIDCA Contest

  • Factory decoy made before 1960
  • Upstate New York black duck made before 1960
  • Decoy from Prince Edward County, Ontario, made before 1960
Contest2015 winners1

First place winners in the 2015 contest (L to R) Eric Pitman, Preston Lowe, and Gloria Hallbauer

2014: TIDCA Contest:

  • Song bird carving, any maker or vintage
  • Lake Ontario/St. Lawrence River black duck by a Canadian carver made before 1960
  • Any puddle duck by Ken Harris, Watertown, Woodville, NY
2014

First place winners in the 2014 content (L to R) Rob Ward, Preston Lowe, and Walt Hallbauer

2013: TIDCA Contest:

  • Black duck by the Nichol family, Smiths Falls, Ontario
  • Lake Ontario/St. Lawrence River drake redhead or drake canvasback carved before 1960
  • Favorite wildlife carving or decoy; any species, vintage, or style
2009: decoys by the Nichol family, Smiths Falls, Ontario

2008: decoys by the Stevens brothers, Weedsport

2007: decoys, carvings, and paintings by Leo McIntosh, Woodville and Adams Center

2006: decoys by Sam Denny, Clayton

2005: decoys by Chauncey Wheeler, Alexandria Bay

2004: goldeneye decoys from the Thousand Islands

2003: redhead decoys from the Thousand Islands

2002: canvasback decoys from the Thousand Islands

2001: broadbill decoys from the Thousand Islands