CHRIS KIRBY: Yes, one that just took a load of 6s to his brain. All kidding aside, there is no such thing as an uncallable turkey. There is however, such thing as an uncallable turkey on a particular day. The seasons are generally 25 to 30 days long. I believe that eventually, on one of the days, every gobbler is callable. A gobbler that hosts 1 to 6 hens at daybreak, is the least callable turkey. Unless you take a wicked aggressive approach of busting the flock up before daybreak, then calling them back together the first hour or so. By changing the dynamics of the situation—getting the hens away from a gobbler—you have given yourself a fighting chance. He is uncallable, if his day goes by with his harem.