4.20.2011 - We showed up at 5:45 A.M. in the woods. Fully prepared, fully equipped, and with fully planned out camera angles determined to not make the same mistake as we did on "The Camera Angle Turkey."

We heard the "Two Hour Gobbler" at 6 A.M. gobbling behind us. With a little calling by Earl, the turkey closed the distance to about 15 yards from our Killzone blind over the next hour. He stayed directly to our left for the next 2 hours strutting, gobbling, and feeding in the corner of our food plot. He would not come to the decoys setup directly in front of our blind.

After 2 hours of patiently waiting for the "Two Hour Gobbler" to come into view, we took matters into our hands. I took the camera off the tripod and Earl opened up the left port hole...

He had a little over 9" beard, 7/8" spurs, and weighed 21.5 lbs.

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