Turkey decoy goes flat, sales follow
‘Our turkey decoy has gone flat’, reported Lance Kuck of Laughing Water Outfitters, ‘but that is not a bad thing.’ Kuck and his crew in Bassett Nebraska kill close to 100 turkeys every spring, and he knows a good decoy when he sees one. ‘We love the taxidermy turkey decoys, and the strutters can be fun when you have a lot of birds, but my guides prefer a decoy that can be carried all over the place that fits in a pack or vest. You always have it along, even if you don’t always stick the turkey decoy out when you hunt. Dakota’s new Xtreme jake is super portable, and super realistic.’
Video clip showing production run testing on turkey decoy
Should a turkey decoy go flat?
Portability is a major consideration when it comes to picking a turkey decoy. If your decoy can’t be squished into a pack or vest, it can become a huge pain in the butt to tote around. Stuffers and strutters are the worst, and are best used on short hikes or pick up truck dropped hunts. If you really want to be mobile and put on the miles, your turkey decoy should be able to go flat, or close to it. Our best turkey decoy is made from a proprietary blend of polymers that allow to be partially compressed without having all the paint chip off.
Is your turkey decoy portable or realistic?
In the past, you had to choose either portability or realism when using a turkey decoy. That is no longer the case. Your best turkey decoy is the best of both worlds and is a real game changer. Check them out at bestturkeydecoy.com