S3.E12. Phillip Culpepper calls in another gobbler for a young hunter during Georgia's youth turkey season. Around 4 p.m. on opening afternoon, the crew finds one that's overly enthusiastic and willing to work. It comes in screaming. John Fox is trying to get his first turkey and it doesn't take long before a big gobbler is strutting at 15 steps.
1:30: Culpepper heads out in front in hopes of striking a longbeard. He does, and comes sprinting back to the buggy. He hurriedly gets the H.S. decoy -- nicknamed "Bocephus" -- set up, and everyone gets ready for action.
3:30: He deploys some sweet calling and tactical maneuvers in hopes of luring the longbeard up out of the ravine and into range. The loud-mouthed tom is on fire and responds to nearly every call. Will it be enough, though?
5:10: Finally, the bird steps out. It's hesitant at first, but eventually, it blows up into full strut and slowly walks in to the decoy. Fox lines up the bead on its head and pulls the trigger. Does he get him?
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