Another way to deal with gobblers that are henned up is to call to the hens, with a bit of cutting you may fire the hens up and call those hens to your location , they in turn will drag him along!
cut_un wrote:And "the battle begins" Neat thing about T hunting, it's about the hunt, not the kill, enjoy the challenge of "getting in his head" When it does happen, you will be soooo proud
wright_hunter wrote:i went this morning and i waited and waited but he finally slipped up and came on down. well he got closer and closer but never close enough for a shot. but i tried calling at those hens and they came on up towards me and he followed. but he was about 60 yards out so i never took the shot but those hens came in at about 15 yards from me. it was nice watching them all put on a show. even tho i dident get him where i wanted him. i enjoyed the hunt. im gonna get him though i know it hes wanting to come on past me into the next field and so are those hens. but if im there making chatter they are pretty well contempt and sticking around. but he was in full strut again this morning and gosh hes a nice bird. but im gonna get him. like yall said if i cant get on him im gonna get on the ridgeline or on the backside of the hill where hes roostin and get him waken up in the morning. but thanks yall were really helpful and dont worry hes gonna be mine.
you know i have been using a knight and hale tom coffin and a MAD aluminum slate call and im pleased how there working the birds.
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