sounds like you're in the right spot, ttp, that's some good action, even if a bit frustrating. personally, I'd go with a jake deek because a full fan tom decoy might intimidate your prey into thinking they're up against a dominant bird. I see you're from Wisconsin so I'm guessing your season has only just begun, or is still in early stages. The gobbler pecking order may not be established yet, which may be why those gobblers traveling without hens may be more interested in setting things straight with their compatriots before they try to gather hens. but, regardless, my first statement applies no matter what point in the season you are at. and sometimes that won't even work. I set up a jake over a hen on the ground in TX one morning (4th weekend of season) to intercept 2 longbeards who'd passed me by the previous am like they were heading to the NCAA Final Four. Only one of those guys came by, but he took a long look at that jake about to have his way with little henny penny and decided discretion was the better part of valor. there was a ton of turkeys out there that year, and I think that rubbernecker decided he'd be able to get his own honey pie somewhere down the road without having to fight for her. Good luck and let us know what happened.