Flambeau brings you two turkey decoys in one combo pack with the Flambeau Walking Tom and Shady Baby Feeder Turkey Decoy Combo.
The Walking Tom is a new position inspired by Mark Drury. Renowned sculptor Rich Smoker sculpted an adult Tom turkey targeting an 18 lb. bird. The position is that of a bird walking. Mark Drury's thinking is that this position can be used to depict a mature non-intimidating Tom turkey. In a walking position facing away from the expected approaching target Tom it will seem the bird is taking refuge from the approaching dominant bird giving him the added confidence to charge right into your set. The Walking Tom is also equipped with a beard grommet that allows the use of a real beard or the use of the supplied imitation beard to make the Walking Tom a Longbeard or a Jake simply slide the beard in to the desired length. Based on scientific fact that turkeys see ultra violet rays in real feathers, we also offer wing grommets so the user can add real wings to further enhance the realism.
The Shady Baby Feeder, arguably the most natural and relaxed position a turkey can be in. For years Flambeau has 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 it seems 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. Renowned wildlife sculptor Rich Smoker sculpted 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.
- Walking Tom is equipped with a beard grommet allowing the use of a real beard or the supplied imitation beard
- Renowned wildlife sculptor Rich Smoker was contracted to sculpt birds with aggressive detail
- The most realistic paint scheme