Myself and 3 other guys did an annual hunt this past week and had some success. This past winter was mild, so the population is up, but spring came very early. The large flocks were already broken up and the toms were mostly henned up. Temperatures soared over 90 degrees and winds were humping pretty good at times. We did some scouting the day before opener and were able to put a few gobblers to roost. We hit them in the morning and after fly-down, they were just not interested in coming in with the two live hens in front of them about 70 yards away. After a couple of hours, they finally circled around the back side of the blind and the hens lead them right in to our dekes. I was hoping for a double, but my hunting partner couldn't get a shot at the 2nd tom. I hit mine and he couldn't fly, but ran into the woods. I had set up a W200 with external microphone on video mode, aimed directly behind my Killer B decoy and just barely caught the shot...they came in so fast. Several arrows flew by the other members of our hunting party and one hit its target for a second Tom kill. Even with the tough conditions, we saw lots of action and filled a couple of tags as a bonus.