Outside of SoonerMedic's thread about the upcoming turkey season, it has been way too quiet regarding the turkey season. Let's see your pictures/posts/stories about your season thus far. Opening day was Wednesday, April 18. My best friend and hunting buddy for many years was once again here in Kansas for the opener. We struck out for the morning hunt, but we each connected on a nice gobbler that afternoon. Where I am at in Kansas, there is an overlap in Rios and Easterns, with most turkeys here being hybrids. But as you can see, his bird (on your left) shows mostly Rio color traits, while mine (on your right) shows more of the Eastern traits. I got my second gobbler Friday morning, about 5 minutes after fly down. When this one hit the ground, he started toward my buddy and his decoy. He must have seen something he did not like, turned around, started putting, and walked directly toward me. Shot him at about 8 yards. (Ouch!) My first gobbler had only one complete spur, along with a nub on the other side. But he had a double beard, only the second one I have taken in nearly 25 years of turkey hunting. My second gobbler had both spurs to go along with his nice beard. My buddy continued hunting hard the rest of Friday, Sunday (it rained all day Saturday), and Monday. He was always within eye and earshot of gobblers, but they just would not come within gun range. It's raining today, and the gobblers are still out there, gobbling and strutting. I think we had a good and fun turkey season, once again. It's always good to be with your best friend, sharing stories, telling lies, and sipping some good Kentucky bourbon in the evening.