Well ultimately i followed everyone's advice and thought it the better of common sense to go with the setup more to the north. I was also setting up a blind and since it would be the second time I've done so I was not sure how much noise I would make. Suffice it to say, I struggled with it a bit, lol. The setup though was great, despite being busted by a deer when i was setting up. i put the deke out in front at 30 yrds (thought it was 20) so I'll have to bring it in closer next time. I never heard or saw a peep during flydown hours. Matter of fact I heard a scant gobble a good distance away. I kept quite until about sunrise and then let out some soft yelps and a few clucks. No response, and I was not expecting any, just hoping to steer them in my direction. At around 0700 I caught movement to my right and saw a lone hen come strutting in. I got myself ready thinking the gob would be right behind her...but she was by herself...which I thought kind of odd since each time I've seen the flock its been the Gob and 2 or 3 hens. She strutted right on by, in no particular hurry. She seemed neither put off nor interested in my deke, she just kept right on walking by, and paid no mind to my blind either. I continued the yelps and clucks in a series every half hour or so until 1100, but nothing responded nor did I see any more birds. The rain was light and intermittent so i doubt it had any impact on the birds. My scouting seems to have paid off, and it seems my hunch was right on the direction of travel as well as roosting area, just disappointed Ol'e Tom didn't show. But I'll be back out tomorrow, same spot and hopefully he'll show this time. Thanks for the advice all, and if you have anymore thoughts please feel free to share them. Oh one last thought, is it possible that Gob could be locked up with the other hen and thats why I did not see him?