I saw four nice longbeards this morning. One I saw as I walked in to the open field. He was on a good treck gobbling as he went. Nice sounding gobble. I sat in the woods for an hour or so, boy it was a cold one. Had three nice longbeards walk in right by probably 25 yards. One strutter. They walked to the cornfield from their roost. It was nice to see some action just sitting quiet in the woods. They gobbled a little bit. Steeheadr, they won't be tired, they do the same thing year in and year out. I heard them gobbling as early as March 5th last year, and they went on gobbling into the middle of June. The real breeding season starts late March. They will be good still, have no worries. I watch them alot this time of year. The groups are just starting to break up, so breeding isn't too far away. Just think if you had to wait ten months or so before you could start chasing woman around. Ha. -Kevin.