Springfield, MO - AmmoLand. Wise hunters deploy decoys to bring wary old gobblers into shooting range. While the use of decoys is no new tactic, turkey hunters are constantly on the lookout for ways to make their spread more efficient and effective. Each bird readily perches atop a tough, two-piece, metal folding stake, conjoined by a shock-cord. This cord keeps the stake sections together at all times—when in use and when stored—and reduces the time for decoy set up in the field. The RedHead Reality Series Decoys also feature ultra-realistic painted heads and incredibly detailed feathers that truly bring the birds to life.
Wild turkeys may seem clueless to some as they parade down a city street, crossing lawns and apparently oblivious to all things human, when trying to attract a gobbler out in the woods, things take on an entirely different aspect. They are not in your environment, you are in theirs. Camouflage, movement, sound and sight all take on special meaning during a spring turkey hunt.
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