Visitors entering the museum are greeted by a historic decoy rig from the early 1900s. Roughly 200 wooden decoys are displayed in a layout boat, as they would have been transported at that time. The rig was assembled and used by Frank "Homerun" Baker from Trappe, Maryland. Frank played on the New York Yankees with fellow Hall of Famer Babe Ruth (who was also an avid duck hunter). The museum will soon publish a book on Baker and his decoys.