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Montana Decoys Tom Turkey Decoy

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Montana Decoy Tom Turkey Decoy are light and portable and are sure to attract those love-sick Toms! Each weighs only a few ounces! They're 2D for easy portability, but the 3D photo-realistic image really makes this Decoy pop. Nothing brings in the toms like the sight of a young challenger in full strut.

And none better than this field-tested Tom Decoy to do just that. Even smart, veteran toms won't be able to take their eyes off this perceived threat, bringing them in nice and close, while also taking the focus off you, the hunter. Made from Durable polyester construction that handles year-after-year abuse without fading a bit. Other features include a spring-steel band holds the body erect and Fiberglass poles with step stakes keep the Decoy firmly planted in place. Measures 27 x 26 inches wide open, 10 x 10 x 2 inches folded.


  • Montana Decoy is proud to supply todays modern hunters with innovative and realistic decoys The entire line is extremely packable, quiet and easy to set-up
  • Weighing in at less than 2 pounds, they collapse to an unbelievable 10 inches by 10 inches by 2 inches
  • The support rods are 3/8 inches, 3-piece fiberglass with sharpened steel points to hold up to years of use
  • The heart of the decoy would be the spring steel band that supports and fills out the polyester fabric body
  • The photo realistic image is extremely resilient and will last for years even in the worst weather
  • The image is imprinted on both sides of the decoy

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