"Covered lots of ground, saw several strutters and worked a lot of different birds throughout the day ... only to be outdone by aggressive, vocal hens. I was finally able to pull a two year-old away from the flock around 5:30 p.m. as the birds crossed a field. Watched 30+ birds - hens, jakes and longbeards - feed, fight and frolic for nearly two hours hour at 75 yards. Finally, after a few soft yelps, I was able to coax a gobbler from 60 yards to 40. My bird might be a Rio-Eastern hybrid [see Hafner's photo], as his tail feathers are darker than what you typically see on a Rio. Great hunt. Great company. Will definitely hunt Kansas again next year."