Calling Gobblers Too Much
We don’t really realize that we are over calling until a tom comes within 55 or 60 yards and refuses to come closer. How can you salvage the situation?
Something to Try
If the tom can’t see you: Wait until he makes a move so you change your hiding spot and use a different caller.
His reluctance to come closer indicates that you have done something that has put him on alert. If you were using a slate caller, change to a diaphragm or box caller.
If you can’t move: Wait until the tom walks away. Now, make a very large circle and try to get in front of the gobbler again. Try a different caller.
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