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So I went out this morning and my blind was in a bad spot. Shoulda had it where I did last year. Anyways 5 or 6 were gobblin in that woods. They went into the field where the blind woulda been and went the other direction. 30 min later I heard what i thought sounded like a jake gobble. I yelped a couple times and 5 jakes came runnin in to my hen decoy at 10 yrds where one strutted with his chest up against it. I couldnt hold back and I shot him. My question is since the 4 other jakes spooked, if i move my blind to where i wanted, will they remeber that call and more imortant tell the toms that its danger. Or should i just use a diff call. I want my dad to get one tomorrow and im sure im way over thinking it but wanted to see what you guys have experienced as far as theyre memory to calls.

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If possible also for the future try to get another blind or if that 1 spot looks and seems to be where they like to be build kinda a ground blind with the available sticks,logs,branches etc. then you'll have 2 options, depends on how thick etc. the woods is but you could try a ground attack with dad, much easier to do if you can hear the gobbling and get turned and leave dad and get behind him some with your call, just a few thoughts.

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