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Proper care for turkey decoys.

What's the proper way to restore the shape of foam turkey decoys after being folded up for awhile?

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Re: Proper care for turkey decoys.

I stuff newspaper inside them. Don't know if it's the proper way but it works great.

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Re: Proper care for turkey decoys.

I do the same

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Re: Proper care for turkey decoys.

Does it help to stuff them with papers while in the field as well to help them keep their shape?

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Re: Proper care for turkey decoys.

Mine have been in my car for 2 years.I opened the bag puffed them up with my hand and a gobbler came right in.So I guess I do nothing and they still work.

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