Little back story: I have purchased a fall archery turkey tag for the past 12 years that I've been a bowhunter. And every year at the end of the season I have ate that turkey tag. That brings us to last night... So I was walking to my tree stand and I have to walk this path through the woods that leads to this meadow area. My buddy and I decided to not mow off the meadow this year so the grass has got about 7 feet tall. Well every time I go to that meadow I end up seeing turkeys running around. So as I came up to it I really studied the meadow but couldn't see anything. I was walking along the edge when about 100 yards away I saw one pecking around. I made sure to have some tall grass between me and it and started slowing walking toward it crouched down. When I got about 50 yards away I poked my head up and couldn't see anything. I crouched down again and walked up to 40 yards. Poked my head up there and saw not just one turkey but several. I practically crawled up to 30 yards which is where I felt comfortable shooting. As I stood up I came to full draw. Much to my amazement there was probably 15 turkeys standing right in front of me. I picked one out of the group and shot her. Dropped her right in her tracks. I ran up to grab her and when I did, I had turkeys flying all over the place. It felt really good to finally tag a turkey after buying a tag the past 12 years. I always said that I would end up mounting the first archery turkey that I shot and that's what I plan on doing with this one. Sorry for the long story but it was one of my proudest moments I have had as a bowhunter! Hope everyone else is enjoying their time in the woods!