OK I need some input if anyone is willing to help out. Set up this morning in a spot I've been watching for the last week. I could hear the turkey's coming off their roost so I gave some soft calls (I had 2 decoys out, both hens) and a few minutes later a hen flew right into my decoys. I gave another soft yelp and shut up, hoping some tom's would follow. The hen got about 10 yards from decoys then turn and went over the hill. She then began calling non stop, I assume gathering the group. I tried to call do some more calls without being overbearing and I saw another group of hens walk to my right at 30 yards, up and over the hill to the other hen. Then the gobbler came, didnt even look over at me and he was off over the hill. Then a jake stopped by to say hello and I passed on him, thinking they might loop around. So how can I get those birds interested and staying in my position? Any thoughts on types of calls I should do or not do? Any help would be great, I've always struggled with drawing birds in close. I was in full camouflage as well. The birds did not seem nervous or anything, so I dont think they saw me. Anyways, looking forward to hearing some tips and good luck to those out in the field on the general hunt!