HEY CLARK, good idea ! I ain't got enough to paper the outhouse but Ihave too many. Killed a bied now and then ,early on , on private property , but what I wanted was to outwit one of those public land birds . Took me 5 years before I put a tag on one of those spooky , high pressured birds. gotta tell this one on myself,,,,, first year on public land , one mid morning I heard what I guessed was a jake gobble. I moved toward the sound and got into a foolproof set by accident. I made a couple yelps and was cut off by 3 jakes at 100 tards. Well where I had set up was in the edge of dense cedars on ditch banks . From the outside looking in it was like looking into a cave,,,PERFECT ,,,so I thought . When they stuck thier heads up to look over a rise in the field , well , I lost all control. I began breathing hard and fast . The faster the breathing the faster and harder I worked that mouth call. I started sweating and so did the jakes. Everytime they would stop moving or stop gobbling I would blast them with the loudest hen they ever heard . They made it to the half way point and stopped . I had to stop as well ,I was getting faint from not taking in any air . In this brief pause someone up high on the near ridge said,,,THATS ENOUGH! ! ! At first thought I , well , Igave it no thought . so I resumed calling and the birds came a little more , still gobbling , and turned into the timber just out of reach for my shotgun. Then it hit me right between the eyes . After that embarrassing scolding from some knowledgable hunter , Ikept my face net pulled up the rest of the morning. I'll never forget that day , but I , like you , can do without the reminder of failure by keeping unfilled tags .. LATER ''OLD SCHOOL TURKEY TACTICS''