Hi guys, new to turkey hunting here. Have learned a lot from this site and have been applying it this past week in the field. Question: What to do about toms that don't come closer than 100 or 150 yards. Of three morning hunts this week I've seen plenty of turkey (jakes and mature) but none ever come close to me. I've tried with hen decoys, a jake decoy, and with no decoys. I'm hunting woods/field edges. I like to think they are entering the field opposite me because of my calling. They enter but eventually go back in the woods. I'm wondering if they are suspicious of my rookie calling techniques or my Flambaeu decoys? Admittedly, a couple of times I was probably busted by my own movement. This morning though, I was still, had the gun up, I was calling to a group of five big boys as they entered the field, they started strutting and I stopped calling. Three or four of them strutted and paced about 20 yards back and forth for about 3-4 minutes(?). They all casually wandered away despite my beginning to call again. Heading out tomorrow morning for more bewilderment. It seems I need that something extra to really make them come to me. But, WHAT IS IT?????? Help, my season ends Sunday. Thanks in advance.