Thanks for the feedback, I'm doing "on the job" training here and you guys are a major MAJOR help. The property I'm hunting has two large hills. At the top of one is a power line, it takes a long slope down to a bottom where a creek runs, then it goes back up the other side of the creek. This downhill to creek to back to the top covers a good 50 acre stretch. The hen that came in on me came up this hill to where I was hung out for a little while, and then walked back down the hill. I moved to a new location down the hill about 45 minutes after that. Didn't produce anything, but from ya'lls posts it seems like I did the correct thing.
I'm guessing the gobblers aren't getting hot and heavy yet, and I'm sure the weather we've had that last few days have played a part in that as well as some hunting pressure. I'm not hearing or seeing a lot of hen action, at least not from true hens. I saw the same hen this morning (Im assuming because I was in the same relative spot as yesterday) and she did the same thing. She flew down and headed straight to the middle of the property. I'm timid to try to get to the middle of the property, because it gets thick before you get to the open creek bottom, and I just don't think I can get in there without making a rucus. Gobbling this morning I only heard a few between 6:50 and 7:15 and then I didn't hear any more. The wind kicked in again and I didn't hear anything else.