A wild turkey hunt and a tone deaf turkey. One of the best turkey honors I've ever known as Wayne Pearson, old friend of mine. But he's got a story about the art and the importance of calling. This might surprise you. David, I‘ve turkey hunted for years. The reason I love the turkey hunt is because you get the whole experience, you get set up and believe me, about 95 percent of a turkey hunt is setting up, you know where the birds will fly down, you know where the bird is going to go when they fly down. And then you try to intercept that bird and sound better than that hen that's out there talking to him. When you talk about sitting up on a turkey and calling is only five, 10 percent, maybe that should tell everybody you don't have to be a great caller as long as you set up right. I was sitting there one time and calling and I heard something coming to me and I said, man, whoever that is don't know anything about calling turkeys. That's worse sounding Turkey calling I've ever seen in my life. And I thought, it was somebody coming through the woods, just calling to try to get a gobbler down.. And boy, I tell you what, all of a sudden, that person, it sounded like, just got closer and closer and closer. And I looked up and it was a hen. And I tell you what, she's going yak, yak, yak, yak, yak, yak. I said, golly this must be an old hen that’s just gone really hoarse And by the way, Wayne's gotten the grand slam three times.