I am curious to see what types of strategies people take and how each of you setup your decoys if you use them.
How far away?
Decoy(s) facing away or towards you? Quartering?
Do you place yourself between the decoy and gobbler? Off to the side (right or left of your position)? Do you setup behind the decoy? Has setting up behind a decoy ever prevented you from getting a bird that hung up out of range?
What type of decoys do you put out? Hen? Jake? Tom?
Do you place one or more than one out?
In the middle of a field? Edge? Wooded area just inside of a field? How far back? Heavily wooded with no fields?
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