If you out early enough in the morning well before daylight and you hear the first bird that gobbles, most times that's the boss gobbler. Most times I don't make the birds gobble in the morning, I wait for them to gobble on their own. Once the boss gobbles the rest will answere him, once they all start gobbling I'll pick a bird that's off by itself away from the others. I'll move in as close as I can and set up. When that bird gobbles again I'll answer him, and him only, the others will hear you calling and answer you, just ignor them answere only the bird your set up on and talk only with him. He may not gobble much, it might be the boss or a bird that got his butt kicked and does want to attact a lot of attention. Work that bird with your calls, if he answers you cutt his gobbles off with your calls, if not just give him some soft talk and show him your interested only in him. The others will gobble often trying to get you to answer them, just ignor them. If it isn't the boss, the boss may come to make sure another gobbler isn't getting one of his hens, the others may come trying to steal you away from the boss. At flydown get excited with your calls, then tame your calling down to a mix of calls, loud and soft calls. Your the new girl in the neighborhood and if your only paying attention to one gobbler than the other will come to see who you are.
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WI. Youth Turkey Mentor
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