Sounds like they are henned-up and hung-up. Tough situation but common to us all. Your profile does not say where you are, so I don't know how much time you have left. Assuming that you've got a week or so-
My first bit of advice would be to beg for permission to hunt on the other side of the creek, or get right up on the edge. But I'd guess you've already thought of that.
My second bit of advice would be to hunt late in the day. Those hens may go to their nests by lunch time an those gobblers might just get lonely.
Lastly, I would give the situation time. As the month of May moves on, those hens will be less and less intreasted in making the toms happy. Once that happens, one of those big boys might just break the stalemate.
Let us know how it comes out.
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