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    MAD Shady Baby Feeding Hen Turkey Decoy

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    Price: $34.99
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    Product Description

    MAD Shady Baby Feeding Hen Turkey Decoy, arguably the most natural and relaxed position a turkey can be in. For years we have been watching and studying turkeys to offer the consumer the best in turkey calls and now turkey decoys. For years upright turkey decoys have been the norm and remain the best selling position. But we feel the most life-like is the feeding position.

    When a hen turkey is feeding all is right with the world and it instills safety in any Tom turkey accompanying those hens or wanting to join them. We have contracted renowned wildlife sculptor Rich Smoker to sculpt such a bird with aggressive detail, coupled with the most realistic paint scheme to depict a real-life feeding turkey hen. These features, along with the conveniently collapsible vinyl body, will add realism to any decoy spread.

    MAD Shady Baby Feeding Hen Turkey Decoy Features

    • Created by wildlife sculptor Rich Smoker
    • Aggressive detailing
    • Realistic paint scheme
    • Real life feeding turkey hen position
    • Collapsible vinyl body

    Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
    Buckshot from Columbia, SC, USA
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    Plastic Stake!
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    What is your opinion of this product?
    But for the plastic stake, I would give this decoy a 5. Will break or not work in dry or hard conditions. Colors are good and I'm reasonable sure it will work. Youth Day this weekend and trying it with my grandson on the gun.
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