Feather Flex Flocked Aggressive Jake And Three-Position Hen Turkey Decoys

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Feather Flex Flocked Aggressive Jake And Three-Position Hen Turkey Decoys -
Full-body flocking makes them mirror images of live turkeys. Soft-foam bodies pack down for efficient storage. In fact, three fit perfectly in most vests or packs! The Aggressive Jake features head colors that will put dominant toms into a jealous rage. The Three-Position Hen adjusts between standing, feeding and breeding positions to match any wily tom's preference. Field stake included.
Available: Aggressive Jake, Three-Position Hen.


  • Soft-foam bodies for efficient storage
  • Field stake included
  • Realistic full-body flocking
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Feather Flex Flocked Aggressive Jake And Three-Position Hen Turkey Decoys Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Gobblers Can't Resist

Bought & used for the 1st time in spring 2011. Used the jake twice by itself, once with a hen. The Youth Hunt
gobbler ran to the decoy in full strut, wanting to show his dominance. Bird down. I then took 2 gobblers later in the season as well. Love the black color & realistic
look. Only negative- can be hard to get the stake in the top hole in the dark. I fixed this by putting a screw into the top of the stake, permanently attaching the inside stake to the decoy.
Britbiker at Cabelas on 05/24/2011

Neutral Reviews:

OK at best...

I bought both the jake and the hen for the spring 2012 season. I didn't have much of a budget for decoys and figured I didn't have much to lose buying these, being that they are so unexpensive. On opening day, I set out the jake mounting the hen along a tree line. I sat maybe 40 yds up that tree line between the decoys and a roost. When they entered the field, the turkeys basically came right along the tree line towards the decoys/my calling. I shot a tom from the group. It was still probably 50 yds from the decoys when I shot it so I don't know how effective they would have been at a closer distance. It also might have come mostly for my calling, regardless of the decoys. Since then, I've used the decoys numerous times and they have just been ignored by birds. I've had numerous birds walk within a 100 yds of them - sometimes much closer - and completely ignore them. Also, I've been out 4 days with them and the paint on the head is already getting badly worn out. In the end, I'm not too sure about these. They don't seem to be either very effective or durable.
YoungGunner at Cabelas on 05/18/2012

easy rip

They are very realistic looking but the staple ripped out of the bottom of the hen the first day on the second day it ripped to the stake hole so had to just sit her on the ground. We had good action every day we used them my youngest son got overly excited and missed but now I think he might be hooked. My wife used some 50# fishing line to sow the hen back up then I loaned them to my dad who shot his first tom with them.
Karnzy at Cabelas on 05/07/2013

Not as expected

Not as good as I expected out of the box, havent tried it yet
TonyR21 at Cabelas on 05/17/2012