Already thinking of those spring turkeys. This was a really cool Kansas bird I killed a few years ago. My buddy @ took me down to his family land a few years ago in the spring and we really didn't know what was in store for us. He had never turkey hunted before. We got down there mid day and scouted that evening.
We found this cool pasture field that was surrounded by woods and watched a couple turkeys in there that night. The next morning we set up on the edge and watched as a dozen or more hens pitched down into this field, followed by 2 gobblers and later a third appeared. They fed their way into our hen decoys and I let Andy take the first shot, a clean kill of a monster tom with an 11 inch beard at 20 yards. This subordinate bird jumped up but landed again at 30 yards and froze for a half second, which was just long enough for me to make a clean shot.
Not much else to say when you go to hunt a new state and you and your buddy take a true double inside 30 yards on the first morning. Pretty hard to convince him turkey hunting can be very frustrating after a morning like that.