Aggressive head on one side, passive head on the other. • Flexible EVA construction • Aggressive red head on one side • Passive blue head on the other • Motion stake and carry bag included • Fabric fan included (or real turkey fan (not included) can be used as illustrated in photo above)
When turkeys feed they are relaxed and content in their surroundings. The GHG Feeding Hen is welcoming, even down right comforting, to a tom turkey on the prowl. A slight wind moves the decoy with ease, mimicking a hen searching for insects. • Flexible EVA construction • Anatomically correct body posture • Color correct ultra-realistic finish • Motion...
This decoy simulates a hen ready to breed to bring gobblers on the run. Used in conjunction with a jake decoy, older toms won't be able to stand a young bird moving in on a breeding hen. Features Include: • Flexible EVA construction • Breeding posture • Best used with a jake decoy • Carry bag included
This hen is upright but relaxed to attract toms while driving dominant hens crazy. This is the decoy you need when only carrying one to the field or woods. Features Include: • Flexible EVA construction • Subtle, relaxed posture • Attracts hens and gobblers • Motion stake and carry bag included
Jake is the name for a first year gobbler. These young Toms have male instincts without the size and strength of older birds. They pose a threat to breed hens that triggers the dominant territorial instinct of big gobblers. Features Include: • Flexible EVA construction • Upright posture • Half-strut jake complete with fabric fan • Motion stake and...
NEW 2017 From his body posture and head position to his wing and tail placement, to the spread and positioning of his individual feathers, this decoy is telling the tragic tale of a young gobbler living dangerously outside of the pecking order. He is trying to establish his dominance, but has yet to fully learn fear.
ALSO INCLUDES DECOY BAG AND EASY MOTION STAKE! At 15% smaller than the originals, the next generation of Avian-X LCD decoys are lighter, easier to pack and less aggressive to real hens. Add the increased texture and detailed feather lines and they look even more realistic.
ALSO INCLUDES DECOY BAG AND EASY MOTION STAKE! The low-head Feeder is a very relaxed position. Many times mid to late season, you will see a lone hen feeding in field or open hardwoods with a strutter 5-10 yards behind her, waiting for his chance at courtship.