Well, after taking my first double bearded bird Saturday I wasn't sure what to expect Sunday morning... especially with all this wind!! I setup further back in the open field I took Saturday's bird and wait. Much better gobbling Sunday morning vs. Saturday. Birds started hammering about 5:45 and they didn't stop even after fly down for me. My blind was facing the west and I had 2 birds hammering all morning to my south about 100 yards away on a hillside, but they never headed my way... I was cutting and yelping like crazy and they would answer every time. Never saw them as they continued to gobble heading west. I just shut down and they finally stopped hammering about 7:15 and by then I had one hen visit my setup and spotted a couple more hens out in the open field. A little before 8 a bird to my south gobbled once and he sounded close.... I gave a few yelps and purrs on my slate call and I glanced over and here he comes. Once he spots the Jake he makes a bee line right for him and starts puffing up right next to the Jake decoy. Lights out about 8:15! My Jake decoy took a few for the team, but no major damage! Not sure if one of those birds circled back or this was a satellite gobbler sneaking in to all the "hens" he heard earlier! 22lbs with what's left of a 9" Beard (with some beard funk) & 3/4" & 1" spurs.
At least someone had some good luck. Haven't even heard any early morning gobbling on the farm where I've been hunting. Only birds I heard or saw were all the songbirds around me.