Most hunters feel good about having one or two gobblers scouted before opening day, yet Keith Jennings had 30 or more. Hunting in upstate New York, I joined him on one of his morning runs, during which he’d drive back roads an hour before dawn, often stopping and giving a raspy crow call. By the time the sun rose, we had so many birds located we barely knew where to begin.

Scouting toms on the limb is helpful, yet it’s also important to know what happens after fly-down. This video from GrowingDeer.TV explains that in detail. Thanks to today’s technology, you can have a better chance of knowing where and when to set up for those elusive toms, even if they become silent. Check out the full video.

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