I hunted with my oldest boy on Friday, fair amount of gobbling on the roost, but pretty quiet shortly after fly down. Saw a couple of hens from the blind, but a LOT of deer, which was nice. Got one gobbling on the walk back and worked him for awhile, but never saw him. Spooked a couple more hens walking out. Overall, pretty slow. Youngest son joined us Saturday and the oldest and I sat about 300 yards away from the youngest. We had a little action early, called a gobbling tom up to 75 yards, but he wouldn't cross a deep ditch. Later, we had 4 jakes work around us, but no clear shot was presented although there were some close calls. Eventually, those 4 jakes ended up about 15 yards from my youngest son, but I guess he doesn't shoot jakes. So all turks survived this day. Seemed like classic henned up birds, kind of slow all around. Heard similar reports from others.