As the fall seasons get under way, these are are some calls that might help you get a gobbler close enough to help take him home with you?
1. A Gobble. The gobbles are used for locating, and a dominance jester between adult birds, both jakes and adult gobblers gobble. http://vocaroo.com/i/s1Sc3vNJsvBU
2. A deep raspy yelp. Used as birds are gathering or searching for other gobblers. http://vocaroo.com/i/s1OOqspkEInE
3. Deep clucks. One of the most used calls between gobblers. http://vocaroo.com/i/s1dz5fjDowDM
4. A Keeyelp. Is a call that is very soft, but used as birds gather and feed, used by young and old birds, as they meeting up with other birds and as they are feeding, it's used mixed in with the deep clucks. http://vocaroo.com/i/s0F3xghteYtD
5. A kee kee run. Is used mostly by young jakes that are looking to meet up with other jakes, yelp-kee-kee-kee-keeyelp, loud and high pitched. http://vocaroo.com/i/s1pkH2sXW1Pv
6. A keegobble. Used when young jakes gather and get excited, yelp-kee-kee-keegobble yelp-yelp. http://vocaroo.com/i/s0FCYNMUwF6O
7. A whine. Used mostly by adult birds as they are moving through the woods, a soft slow call. http://vocaroo.com/i/s05w6WpVt6D7
8. Fighting purrs. Used by both gobblers and jakes, to sort out the dominant bird. http://vocaroo.com/i/s1Ge52mfYSwo
9. All your hen talk. Your yelps, clucks, cutts, whines, purrs. A single cluck is the mostly used call by hens, as she's move through the woods with her poults.
Hope these call help you out in the fall seasons when you find a gobbler to work. Good luck to everybody in the woods.