Not sure about u men down south last year.. but in NE indiana anyways the birds were henned up BAD by opener. Gobbling on the roost but when they hit the ground nothin! What are some strategies that can be used during this time? I tried everything between saying nothing until i heard him hit the ground to clucking a few..and i mean a few times while he was gobblin on roost just to let him know i was there. You could here the hens workin there way to him. The only reason we got a shot off (which i blew) was because when we come over a hill at 11pm. 3 hens saw us ....ran...and left him in the middle of the field all by himself. After 45 minutes he realized they werent comin back so he worked his way to our dekes. All the rest of the season...nothin. How can i break that "henned up" action if it happens again??