I read a lot on AT about what it takes to be a good hunter. A lot of things factor in but the number one thing has to be a good place to hunt. We live in a bad area to shoot big bucks, but NJ is swamped with turkeys. We never really put much thought into trying to hunt them until this year. I hunted them a little here and there in the past but this year we got a couple permits and decided to really give the turkey hunting thing a shot. I'm sure not many think of NJ as a good place to hunt, but this video might change you mind. We had 3 tags between the 2 of us for our zone and filled them all. The smallest bird was 20 pounds. It was a lot of fun and we'll be hunting them from now on. My point is this. There are guys that are 10x better then us at turkey hunting that may have had limited spots and success this year. It doesn't make them bad hunters. The same goes with hunting big bucks. Some guys pass up bucks that we would love to get a glimpse of in the woods or even a trail camera picture of. When the big deer are abundant your chances of shooting one go way up. When you have big turkeys all over this is what happens....