Dave Smith Decoys Dave Smith Feeding Hen Turkey Decoys

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Thanks to Dave Smith Decoy's Advanced Crosslink Elastomer technology, this lifelike series of feeding hen decoys delivers user-friendly properties superior to polyethylene and they can take stray pellets without showing any visible damage. Crafted of a sprayed, pigmented and ultradurable version of DSD's exclusive A.C.E. resin, the specialized bodies actually reseal their own surfaces for an entirely worry-free, no-hesitation shooting experience. Lightweight, compact and quiet, these field-proven decoys are equipped with highly detailed, nature-accurate appearances and poses. Each decoy includes a carry bag with shoulder strap and a self-storing ground stake. Made in USA.
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Worth it

I know what you're thinking... are they worth the money? And I cannot answer that for you. BUT every time a gobbler would hold up when I had a spread of cheap foldup, paint chipping, lifeless looking decoys... I would always wonder if he would have committed to the spread with better decoys. And I hate missed opportunities just as much as you. Sometimes there's nothing we can do to bring old Tom in, but sometimes there is. What I really wanted to see was a big tom strutting in my decoys completely fooled... and that is just what I got on my third sit with these. He actually came into the field following two hens and not another male in sight. He left them to check out my DSDs and check them out he did. I watched him for over 30 minutes as he put on a great strutting show...multiple times he tried to mount my upright hen and was frustrated that she wouldn't lay down for him. What a cool hunt! I didn't even call to him once. I used an upright hen and a feeder on that hunt. The new measure of success in the turkey woods is not about filling tags... it's about how many times my hens get bred...how many times the jake gets beaten down...and how long does old Tom stay in the spread. They are worth the money to me because you can't buy tickets to a show like that.
Funlover247 at Cabelas on 09/20/2013

Well worth the money!

You cannot beat DSD's. They are so realistic and sized perfectly. They don't come across as "fake" like all other decoys do. Even some of the higher quality decoys still look "different" than an actual real turkey. These are perfect. Proof positive is the reaction turkeys have with these dekes. Turkeys will come to these decoys and do everything from fight them to just hang out. I used to not use decoys as call/decoy shy birds would shy away or hang up. Now I use my DSDs no matter what and I own the whole flock. Great investment.
lclongbows at Cabelas on 05/09/2013

DSD Turkey decoys

I have a looker hen and a strutter. Both are excellent in quality. They work! Bagged 2-fall turkeys over hen with bow at 20 yards this last fall. I have hunted over a borrowed jake and they are awsome but do not recommend use of a jake or strutter on public ground as they are too realistic and things can get dicey in a hurry! Just got my strutter and looking forward to using it in coming days. The strutter doubles as a great fan, beard and wing display format in house!
redleggs at Cabelas on 03/05/2012

Amazing Paint & Detail

The paint used on these decoys is amazing. No matter what the weather conditions - sunny, cloudy, rainy - these DSD decoys looks like the real deal. They are a bit bulky but worth the effort to carry into the field. I just wish Cabela's carried the submissive hen decoy. I've had my decoys for 3 years and they have held up quite well. Look as good as when they came out of the box.
Duffer58 at Cabelas on 02/23/2012