Deadly Details Dominate the New AVIAN-X HDR Feeder Decoy

Grand Prairie, Tx (Feb. 10, 2021) The new HDR Feeder by Avian-X perfectly imitates a mature hen feeding with her high exposed back and lowered primary wing feathers. Place her with the new HDR Strutter following behind for the ultimate mid-day to late-morning decoy set up. When turkeys are still in larger flocks, another deadly early season tactic is to add a few hens to the decoy mix. The HDR Feeder’s natural posture is perfect for this ploy, and adding two or three decoys creates a natural-looking flock. 

The HDR decoys’ blow-molded construction from hand-carved designs provides unbeatable detail and durability in this premium turkey decoy. Like all HDR decoys, the HDR Feeder features rubber-molded leg stubs for a natural appearance. Her lifelike paint scheme, feather detail and flocked rump section leave nothing to chance. 

The decoy comes complete with a carry bag and lightweight composite stake that safely secures and stores in the tail. Like all Avian-X HDR decoys, the Feeder has a realistic movement without an unnatural spin. 

Add the HDR Feeding Hen to any setup for an extra dose of realism this turkey season!

FEATURES: 

  • Durable blow-molded design for many seasons of use
  • Relaxed but mature feeding posture signals contentment
  • Authentic rubber-molded leg stubs
  • True-to-life paint scheme and feather detail
  • Flocked rump section for added realism
  • Lightweight composite stake that stores in the tail
  • Realistic movement without unnatural spin

INCLUDES: 

  • Hen Decoy
  • Composite Stake
  • Decoy Bag
  • MSRP $139.99

For more information on this and other new for 2021 products from Avian-X, please visit: https://www.planosynergy.com/new-products/

Avian-X builds innovative and high-quality gear with a lofty goal-to make every decoy look like an authentic wild bird. Avian-X is the official decoy manufacturer of the National Wild Turkey Federation and is committed to creating the best turkey decoys for wild turkey hunters and conservationists.

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