So this turkey season has been very tough. I've watched the same 21 birds for four days a total of roughly 9 hours. They just wouldn't come in close enough, or cross the property line. Today is the last day of 3rd season so I call in sick to work because I have the gobbling fever. Today is different, birds are roosting in totally different spots. I think to myself this is a good omen. Well, it does start off good. Right away I have a big gobbler with a couple hens that are closing the distance until they get to 50 yards and then they hang up. I figure with my super full choke I can make this shot. (Decided to switch to gun today, instead of bow. I know this is a bowhunting site, so you may move this to offtopic.) Well, I think the gun was capable but not me. I missed, and thought I might as well call it a day. But, I pick my head up and keep hunting. I tried moving setups 3 different times with no luck until my last setup. I set up a lonely hen decoy and after calling a few times a gobbler steps out 100 yards away. I give a few soft calls and when he sees the decoy he heads straight for it. I can not believe it, I was literally going to call it a day in ten minutes. The gobbler is closing the distance and he gets to 12 yards, stops and picks his head up. All I can say is the gobbler piled up right in his tracks. According to the landowners scale he weighed 29.5 pounds, had a 10.5 beard and 1 1/8 inch spurs. I have pics but can't figure out how to post them. Hopefully, I can sweet talk Mr. Bowman into posting them for me.