Opening morning I set up about 200 yards south of the South Fork on the edge of some bean stubble. Had seen two toms and four hens in the area Tuesday evening. When it started getting light and they were still in the trees they began gobbling and seemed to respond to my calls. After sunrise and fly down they went quiet. At 8 am four jakes lined up like hunters simultaneously came over the rise heading toward me and the decoys. Seeing those four sunlit bright red heads pop up together was quite a sight. They stopped out of range, just hanging there and pecking beans. When they started drifting away off to the left I called. They turned around but didn't advance. They were just out of range. I called again. They gobbled. Then they began slowly walking back toward the decoys. One was within range. An ounce and a quarter of no. 6s through a turkey choke did the trick. Nice big jake. Wild turkey and noodles in the crock pot tomorrow.