- High-profile, relaxed position
- Sub-dominant pose
- Displays more of a challenge than hens
When you challenge the pecking order, it can change the game. Adding a non-threatening decoy like the Thunder Jake can bring in a gobbler to the end of your boots. The upright design of the Thunder Jake tells nearby birds there�s a non-dominant gobbler with the hens. Most times this immediately triggers a gobbler�s dominance; he�ll quickly go from thinking about mating to a fighting mentality to establish who is boss. The paint scheme and feather detail further add to the Thunder Jake�s relaxed appearance to make him an easy target. His non-threatening, upright position has great visibility for passing birds.
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