RedHead® Turkey Decoys Setting a new standard for ultra-lifelike realism and tough-as-nails durability—all without draining your hunting budget! Our decoys are field-tested by the hard-core pros on the RedHead Hunting Team and then modified to meet their ultra-precise specs. When you’re ready for an upgrade, choose RedHead.
The Strutting Tom represents the results of years of development towards creating the ultimate turkey decoy, and boy is it a beauty. It includes a realist taxidermy head, realistic taxidermy quality eyes and beard, a true-to-life paint scheme, feather detail and durable rubber construction. Sets up quickly on a two-prong metal stake that’s designed and painted to look like real turkey legs. Use your own tail fan or our new lifelike folding tail with the RedHead Tail System.
Rated 5 out of 5 by turkeyguy very realistic
Purchased after 2012 spring season, very realistic easy to set up, looks durable hopefully will draw some toms in
June 27, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Lo15 Great buy for price
Very life like, keeps its shape well. Attracted Toms better than I expected.
May 20, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Vernski Not disappointed ( Yet )
This is my first gobbler decoy and I'm excited to try it out. Looks very real when I put in the woods behind the garage.
It was little folded out of the box, but easily fixed by placing on included stand and left in the sun for a few days along with a few spreader bars.
I think it will be a little difficult to transport in your vest however, and I wish the stand would allow for 360 degree movement.
Overall, it seems well made and should last a long time
April 23, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by jmantlerking Looks better than all
Ive had this decoy for about 2 years and the thing i liked about it was i could but my own fan in it, when i do this it looks a lot better. I had some pet turkeys and i got all my camo on and went and sat my decoy up, and started gobblin, haha and here came the hens right around the house callin back to me....
February 19, 2012
it is collapsable but not a lot you can pretty much just fold it in half but i dont recommend leaving it that way for too long if you do you'll have to leave it on the stand in the sun for awhile or take a hair dryer to it on warm heat to bring it back to full shape