This was my buddy's first turkey hunt. Turned out he drew the same season I had, so I invited him along. We had many birds gobbling on the roost. When they flew down, and went the other direction, I gave them some soft calling. Seemed like they were coming closer? Then they appeared. First one, then two, but they headed across to the other property. After a little bit, a strutter came up over the rise at about 300 yards. He looked interested, but he acted like he wanted the hen to go to him? That's when a hen came out, and I thought it was over. She headed straight to him, and he went back over that rise following her. I continued the light calling, when another tom appeared. He was never in strut, but he brought the strutter with him. The strutter kept circling, and blocking the second bird from coming, but that bird was committed, and brought the first bird to our decoys. That half strut DSD Jake, and the upright DSD hen, along with a submissive hen and two feeders was all it took to make them both puff up, spit and drum right up to the decoys. We had it all worked out if two birds came in. 1, 2, 3, BOOM! It worked out pretty slick. All the anticipation of the hunt, to end at 6:50 AM. Nice to have been successful, and get my buddy his first bird, but to end so quickly is bittersweet!