The more reports I have been hearing the last couple of years, and more so this year, I am beginning to think the Toms are becoming decoy and possibly call shy. I always thought to my self years ago, when a tom sees a decoy for a extended period of time, without the decoy moving, wouldn't they think something is wrong?Had the perfect setup this morning. I had 4 gobblers on the inside corner hillside on the Roost. I had a strutter decoy out and hen decoy in the feild about 20yds. In front of me. All of these birds were above me with a perfect view of my decoys probably 100yds. from them on the roost. I'd say 2 of them went up the hill, 2 of the Other ones came to the fields edge. Put it this way they had little interest in my decoys, and walked 300yds. To the bottom of the field where i watched that gobbler yesterday. Only gobbling to a woodpecker hammering a hollow tree right behind me at times. By 9am. I was soaked from blowing rain. I had fun anyways, Maybe tommorow....i got a text from a fellow hunter friend of mine he missed 2 today with his Shotgun he's looking for answers....lol.