The trick is to hunt with a buddy and designate one of you as the shooter. Unlike fanning, in which you can actually crouch and hide behind the fan, the guy moving the decoy must stay flat on his belly, hidden in the grass, and remain mostly stationary. His only job is to move the decoy just enough to make it look alive. Don’t overdo it. Move the decoy along as if the hen were catching grasshoppers: head up, head down, turning occasionally, and sliding slowly through the grass. Add just enough calling to get the gobbler’s attention. Once he starts moving toward your position, simply stake the decoy into the ground and crawl back to your buddy so he can take the shot.