Dakota X-Treme jake turkey decoy
If I had to pick one turkey decoy for my spread, it would be a Dakota X-Treme jake turkey decoyy. A Dakota X-Treme jake turkey decoy is used to instill a fight response from the toms I amchasing, and it works all year round.
Dakota X-Treme jake turkey decoy in the spring
A Dakota X-Treme jake turkey decoy works well in the spring, either alone, or with a hen or two. What do you think goes on in that gobblers head as he approaches the sounds of a spring hen and sees is your jake decoy. Rage would be my guess. Some punk is in his area, and whether the jake turkey decoy is alone or with hens it does not matter. The tom wants him gone, and if he gets mad enough he will confront your jake turkey decoy.
Many experts advocate a lone hen for spring hunts, but nature dictates it may not be the best set. When a gobbler struts and gobbles, he does so to attract hens to mate with. The hens go to the tom when they are ready to breed. Mature toms learn that chasing hens all day wears them out, and often times will not come all the way into range with just a hen decoy. The Dakota X-Treme jake turkey decoy may upset these mature toms enough to bring them in for a fight.
Dakota X-Treme jake turkey decoy in the fall
Good luck getting a tom to decoy to anything but a Dakota X-Treme jake turkey decoy in the fall, and not just any jake decoy. Your jake turkey decoy must sport an arrogant pose the brings the toms to fight. Turkeys have a year round pecking order, and any newcomers to the fall flock need to find their place in the order. The best turkey decoy sports a tilted back head bluff that brings fall bachelor groups on the run. A Dakota X-Treme jake turkey decoy is not the only way to go, but it’s a great start, and one bird I always have in my turkey decoy spreads.