This video will help a lot of new hunters learn some hen talk. If you listen close to the first hen, you'll hear a gobbler in the background, watch and listen to that hen. You'll see she stop calling everytime he gobbles, and starts back up as soon as he's done. So if you strike a bird up with your call and he's gobbling at you follow her suit, it may be the difference of that bird coming in or locking up.
Great video, Scott. I found this video on youtube about a week ago and have watched it numerous times but I never really picked up on her stopping when he starts, and starting when he stops. And what a show that hunter got to see!
Thanks a lot for posting the video, Scott. Also, mentioning the gobbler in the background really helped me. I would have been too interested in just the hen to probably notice. I was taken aback a little with her volume, but that's learning!
Once again, thanks for posting the video!
That's good stuff Scott. And , to answer your PM question ,,,,,,,I could hit some of it ,,trying to match her call for call as she was calling ,,,,,but the your glass call is right on the money . IT'S PLUM FULL OF TURKEY[:D]