Drawing in a gobbler. Wayne Pearson uses a technique for drawing a tom out of hi roost. Strategies for calling in turkeys. My old buddy Wayne Pearson told me this…” I often say 95 percent is to set up, five percent is the calling. The calling can be more, if you wait later in the day. The first thing a turkey is going to do in the morning is they're going to gobble on the roost. They're going to let the hens know where they are. The hens will fly down first. Usually the old gobbler will fly down and the hens and go run to him… most of the time. That's what happens if you sound real good and what I do. When that tom is on that tree and struttin and gobbling, I cut him off. I'll cut to I'll tell him how pretty I am. I'm glad that that's just a turkey you're talking to and he needs to come see me before he goes and sees all these other hens. So I'm trying to sway to come straight to me, so I'll cut to him. If it gobbles I’ll cut him off again, then I'll let him gobble on his own two or three times trying to make me come back to him. I’ll purr and I’l cluck I'll sound real sexy to him. And then I'll do a fly down cackle and I'll take my hand. And hit the side of my leg or to take my hat and hit the side of my leg. And it sounds something like this. It sounds like a turkey flying down. If that gobbler’s ready he's going to fly straight to that sound. Sound advice from a pretty guy.