Over the years I have had better luck with multiple decoy spreads ( 2 or 3) than single decoys. Ten years ago all the decoys had their heads up signaling an alert turkey. Manufacturers got wise and introduced feeding hens and more relaxed posture dekes. Along with more realism, today's decoys seem to be more effective than previously.
In the past I had some luck with a jake tail on a stick along with a couple hens. I bought a Strutter decoy two years ago and with a real turkey fan have had great success coupled with the submissive hen and a feeding hen.
I realize decoys aren't for everyone, full strut decoys in particular. I say if it's legal, hunt how you like. The main thing is that you are out hunting, not sitting on a couch.
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