I got set up between 3 that were gobbling good on the roost. Got to within 100 yds of one. They’ve gone completely silent. There’s a hen(or a hunter) in the bottom below me. I’m guessing that’s where they went after fly down. Not sure what my next move is, maybe I’ll try to piss her off
After Levi's day yesterday, I decided it was time for him to sleep in. Miserable day fighting a 11 year old that hasn't slept in in 2 weeks. He didn't want me to go without him...so I didn't. Give'm he'll folks!
Down in KY with Alex in Ky. Had one on the roost but he didn't want to play. Gobble Anon his own but never to a call. There was a mouthy hen down there but he didn't really pay her any mind either. One of those birds that insist on her coming to him. That's ok. We have time for him to get lonely.
I had a hen literally run across a wide open field to intercept a gobbler that was just a few yards from getting his head blown off. I think I’ll stay put and wait for him to finish up with that skank. Pretty sure he will be back if I wait long enough.
Slow day in the blind after yesterday. Catching up on adjuvants for spraying herbicides, gonna smoke my rye plots b4 it bolts. Prolly start the bolt later this week so spraying this afternoon. ... calling every 30m no gobbles or hens: yet.
Buddy and I got on the Jake train this morning as well. All was quiet after fly-down, then around 7:15 I hear a faint cluck/whistle off to my right... I immediately think “Turkey.” Sure enough, here come a hen and 3 jakes making a b-line for the decoys, just 10 yards away. When they get in the decoys my buddy swings his gun over and let’s the biggest one have it. Just like that... off to breakfast.