The Louisiana wild turkey season opened up on 3/26/2016. I started up good on Saturday morning with multiple gobblers sounding off in the dawn darkness. We walked toward the closest one and some logging machinery started up on the adjacent property and we never heard the bird again. We ventured to another area and heard a gobbler sounding off. We walked in, set up and started calling. The bird gabbled 3 more times before we saw him working his way to us. The bird came up on the wrong side for my guest and was so close that we could not move on him. He stuck around clucking for a few minutes looking for the hen that he had heard. I tried to work him back into a direction that would offer a clean kill shot, but it was not to be. Sunday morning was a not a good turkey gobbling day as rain was quickly approaching and the birds had lockjaw. I set up in a good historical strut zone and called up a vocal hen to 15 feet away, but she was alone. Then the rains came and wash away the rest of the day. Monday morning greeted us with clearing skies and a rising barometer – good for gobbling!. We got to a good roosting spot and a gobbler started hammering from the roost. We set up and waited on the bird to fly down. A hen flew down close to us followed by another hen and then the big boy. The birds started to filter close to us and I did not have to call as the hens walked the gobbler right to his maker. My guest rolled him up at 30 yards. Good bird at 20lbs, 10″ beard and 1 1/8″ spurs. It happened just like you would draw it up, perfect. Lots of season left and more reports will follow. Good luck out there!