I haven't read all the replies so if I am repeating someone else sorry in advance...
I had a tom few years back give me fits like that for the last 2 weeks of the season, everything I did seemed to have no effect on him. On the last day of the season I got above him and listened for him to gobble, making sure he was where I thought he would be.
It was real windy that morning so he only gobbled twice that I recall, once he was on the ground I slipped as close to him as I could and yelped very aggressivley toward him, then turned away from him and ran back up the logging road about 50 yards and waited a minute, then called to him again....I was making him think I was leaving, I ran back down the logging road to the original spot I had called from....by the time I got sit down he came running around the corner, it was the funniest thing you ever saw, as soon as he came around the corner he stopped on a dime and puffed up. I let him come out of strut and finished the season on a high.
Not saying this will work on every gobbler but it has worked a few times for me
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on January 25th, 2012, 9:55 pm, edited 1 time in total.