Springtime isn’t all romance for wild turkeys. There’s a whole lot of violence, too. Every day, all through the season, gobblers, jakes, and even hens iron out the pecking order by chasing, flogging, and kicking the hell out of one another. When birds are grouped up, it’s rare for a half hour to pass without a scuffle, and at times the desire to fight, or at least watch a fight, can seem more intense than the desire to breed. In recent years, the best hunters have learned to turn that aggression to their advantage with confrontational calling and bold decoying tactics. You can, too. Here are a half dozen ways to make an angry bird get in your grill.