Well I thought it would be a cakewalk, but it turned out to be some hours in the blind to make this happen. Hunted all but one hour on Saturday with lots of action, but closest bird at 55 yards. Saturday evening we had 12 gobblers and many hens in full strut just outside of shooting distance for several hours. Sunday morning same deal lots of birds, but hated the decoys due to the birds still being in their winter flock, I'm guessing? Set up the blind between two trails where they come across a fence line, left the decoys in the blind, and split the difference between the right and left trail. They came to My Son's right, which was not the best position for a right handed shooter, so I adjusted my chair, and had him sit on my lap to get the gun through the blind.
Not big on numbers, because those are just things we (in particular) just measure after the bird is on the ground. We just want a mature bird, and two year olds are fine by me! The bird had 1 inch spurs, 23 pounds, and 11 inch beard (probably a three year old). Numbers aside, you still have to know what it had for gear.