Love to buddy up, especially if birds are hanging up in heavy cover with limited visibility. One guy can drop back 30-40 yards call and fool the Tom into thinking the hen is leaving and get him to come in those last few yards to be in range. A lot more fun with a hunting partner, much more if one is a child and your successful.
No offence CaptnC, but I absolutely LOVE using hen decoys. My one sons first turkey hunt ever on opening day three years ago I called in no less than 5 big Toms off the roost to my 3 hen decoys and for over 30 minuets he was treated to a fantastic show of mature Toms, strutting with full fans displayed, countless dozens of gobbles and double gobbles all done while displaying for my decoys.
My other son had a similar experience with his first hunt four years ago and my decoys only it was only two big toms not five. Both are now committed life long hunters.
I strongly doubt either event would've happened if I had not been using decoys. As a matter of fact I had Toms do this many times on past hunts before I ever got married let alone had sons and it was these previous experiences of Toms displaying for my decoys I made sure to use them when taking my sons hunting, especially roosted birds.