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Axe Ornament

$14.99

Since the Stone Age, mankind has relied on this amazingly useful tool. Today it s a simple steel head attached to a wooden handle, and comes in a variety of sizes depending on your chopping needs. The hatchet is a single-handed axe, ideal for splitting firewood. Need to fell a tree? Use a regular two-handed axe. Timber!
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Tackle Box Ornament

$21.99

Every fisherman needs a well-stocked tackle box to hold extra lines and hooks, bobbers, sinkers, plastic worms, lures, needle-nose pliers, multi-tool, flashlight, bug spray, sunscreen and a small first aid kit. Grab your pole and let s go fishing.
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Fishing Vest Ornament

$16.99

The fishing vest is essential apparel for a fisherman wading in the water. The vest allows the angler to have tools, tackle and more all within arm s reach. A fisherman s catch-of-the-day tales are notorious for growing in the imagination as time passes. Celebrate the fisherman or woman in your life with the fishing vest ornament.
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Six Pack Of Beer Ornament

$19.99

The six pack emerged in the 1950s and has become a symbol of relaxation with good friends. Breweries originally sold bottles in crates of 12, but grocery stores found that the 6-pack fit better in a paper grocery bag. Enjoy responsibly and remember to recycle!
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Fishing Bobber Ornament

$10.99

Anyone who fishes has at least one bobber in their tackle box. Harry Basil Irwin is the patent holder for the classic red and white model, but bobbers come in all sorts of styles and designs anything to hold a hook afloat, in any depth of water. Let s go fishing!
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Classic Wooden Boat Ornament

$16.99

Thousands have enjoyed a cooling spray while boating on a warm summer afternoon in a classic wooden boat. Such varnished mahogany beauties were known for their strength, safety and stylish design, as well as admired for their speed and craftsmanship.
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Ice Chest Ornament

$14.99

Camp outs, tailgate parties, picnics and road trips are just a few places where the ice chest appears. Fill it with ice and your favorite drinks and snacks. Just make sure you can close the lid, to keep all your treats nice and cold.
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Fisherman's Hat Ornament

$14.99

The Fisherman's Hat traces back to the 1900s in Ireland. Fishermen and farmers created the hats for protection from the rain. The hats are still popular because they are easy to clean and reshape and also waterproof. Today's hat allows a fisherman to store ties and lures without worry of being stuck by the hook.
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Outboard Motor Ornament

$19.99

In 1870, Gustave Trouv patented the first known electric outboard motor, which sped up watercraft of his day. About 35 years later, Cameron Waterman (a Yale engineering student) developed the first gasoline-powered motor, which really got things moving!
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Classic Barbecue (a) Ornament

$19.99

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The Barbeque Industry Association notes that Americans "cook over the coals" more than 2.9 billion times a year. Chefs are experimenting with a variety of foods and woods, and eagerly firing up their grills regardless of the weather or season!

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