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What is the advantage of using both heads on this decoy? I've always wondered.
 

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It's said to mimick more than one Gobbler at full strut from different angles which may make an aggressive bird come in even faster.

Personally, I don't mess with the Medusa set-up and just use one head on my Peep'n Tom.
 

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It's said to mimick more than one Gobbler at full strut from different angles which may make an aggressive bird come in even faster.

Personally, I don't mess with the Medusa set-up and just use one head on my Peep'n Tom.
That makes sense. Those aggressive birds are easy. But without trying it I'd guess it would spook a subordinate tom that's been getting beat up.
 

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I don't haul my extra head and spike around either. I'm totin' enough stuff as it is! My guess is if the bird is going to commit to the deke, he's coming in no matter how many heads are on it.

These birds didn't seem to mind.
 
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