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 4 out of 5 by wildbill01 Very coo!
Turk season is not until April 18th here in Ohio...Gave it 4 stars for now just for appearance/realism etc...glad I got it! Wish me luck!
April 5, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by SKERCRO BEST DECOY PERIOD!!!!
I killed 4 toms this past spring over it. They positively can't stand this decoy and truly come in running. It way eclipses all other decoys i have ever used or seen. I literally expect to reach my tag limit in the first three weeks of season.
February 24, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Dermott Intimidates
This decoy looks realistic but it truly intimidates gobblers. I hunt primarily wheat field edges in Kansas and have had several gobblers, especially 2 year olds and, of course, jakes shy away from it. I believe it is too large. I have purchased a jake fan for it and will shorten the beard. Additionally, I will push the stake in deeper to make it appear smaller this year.
Best approach is to use a jake decoy instead.
February 2, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Alittleofitall ok but no success yet
The decoy looks great. But i Havent killed a bird over it yet. I have used it for a year and hope to get a tom next year. However the dents donot pop out as easy as i hoped. Overall an ok product
November 4, 2010
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