You guys have heard me talk about KeeYelps, and that it's a greeting call gobblers use as they get together. It's a soft call that can only be heard a short distance, but every aged gobbler will use it. It's just a friendly call that they do as they meet up in the mornings or afternoons. It's a great and effective call to use as a gobbler is coming in, or if he's showing a bit of reluctance to come in all the way. It works great on sub-dom birds that have been put in their place by a boss gobbler. It's a call worth learning and using often.
This video that Shane did a couple weeks ago has a lot of gobblers keeyelping as they come in and it will show you how often they do it, you'll also notice as the hens starts to yelp what a gobbler does, meaning he locks up and often turns around and stops coming in, if he hears yelps when a bird can see the other bird. Use this to improve your calling technics and it will help you harvest more birds.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4U7aM_J ... e=youtu.be