Jim Clay, founder of Perfection Turkey Calls, has fooled countless toms over the years, but sometimes a crafty old bird like the one we were after that day requires double-teaming. I don't mean double-teaming in the usual sense of having one hunter in front to shoot and one in back to call. This two-person strategy entails setting up apart to cover the most likely routes the bird will take when it leaves the roost. Clay had tried to kill this 3-year-old gobbler several times over two seasons, but every time he set up near the field, the bird headed toward the creek, and when he waited near the creek, the bird headed for the field. This tom was too sly for just one hunter...which is where I came in.