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Discussion in 'Turkey Hunting General' started by oneshot 1, Jan 17, 2018.
OkI have two entirely different types of Decoys will it be okay to mix them?
What, like a duck, a goose, a turkey sort of thing?
Or, all turkey deks just different brands?
If you don't have Avians, Dakotas, or Dave Smiths you are just wasting your money though. You might need to go shopping.....
I finally got the avian trifecta put together thanks to FB marketplace and bday money. I expect the Turks will just run right in and start flopping!
No sense even bringing a gun now, it'll pay itself off in shot shell savings.
Don't know what kind just two are soft and got one hard Hen and one Hard Tom.
Hard toms are common in the spring, you can mix them, I do
Is the hard hen bearded? That would explain a lot.
You should have no problem mixing the different material decoys. The turkeys shouldn't tell a difference. Decoys no matter what material, can be a good tool or one that puts you at a disadvantage no matter the quality.
My Dave Smith flock cost enough I carry the gun to protect it.
I use two hard cast hens, one standing, and one breeding position, and two soft fold ups, one is a standing hen, and one is a standing jake. I spread out the standing hens, and position the jake behind the breeding hen. Seems to do the trick so far if I can get an ol tom in sight. I usually stick the standing jake behind the breeding hen at an angle, like he is getting ready to mount.
I'm always mixing and matching, and it dont seem to hurt.