Are you hunting an old bird that just won't mind his manners and walk into shotgun range for you? It might be time to show him something new. When hunting pressured turkeys on small tracts of ground (which might prevent you from moving into a better position), setting a "mega-spread" of decoys can do the trick. Flocks of five or more turkeys are common, especially in the early season. Often, there's a dominant gobbler, several hens, and maybe a straggler jake or two. The idea with this spread is to replicate that—sans the dominant gobbler. Sticking to mostly hens and a jake seems to work especially well for luring in live hens, which may be the only way to get your ornery gobbler into range. Few hunters are going to deal with the hassle of carrying all those decoys afield, and so it's a setup few live turkeys ever see.