I took my girlfriend out this morning for a turkey hunt at our favorite WMA. It was windy and we only heard 2 gobbles at first light. So throughout the morning, I would float out some yelps, clucks and purrs when the wind laid down for a few moments. Around 08:30 Flhuntress had to go to the bathroom, so she handed me the gun and was fixing to take care of business. I told her to hold on while I checked the area with my binoculars. I quickly spotted a strutting tom about 100 yards away headed in to our dekes. We had a good hide, so I eased the gun back to her and she slowly raised it when he went behind a palmetto clump. A few clucks later he had closed the gap by over half.
The wind was doing a number on the dekes, and their movements weren't very natural. The gobbler repeatedly stopped, raised his head to survey the scene, and then slowly continued in. Finally he was near a tree that I had laser ranged at 45 yards. I told her to take the shot if she had it. He finally eased out from behind a bush and she made the shot!!
He is her best gobbler to date and her first double beard. He weighed 18 lb's 11 oz., with a 10-5/8" beard and a 4-1/4" second beard, with a 1-1/16" and 7/8" spurs for a score of 67.8125.
Here's a pic of her with her gobbler.
Here's a link to the video of the gobbler and the kill shot. It's not the best video, but you can see it.