That makes sense to be above them, especially since I'd rather go downhill anyway rather than having to climb up. So are you saying that the turkeys can be anywhere and that they have no preference in ridges or valleys (or woods or fields)?
I've been hearing a lot about listening to the turkeys and learning to mimic their calls, but I've been having a hard time locating any turkeys to listen to. I read or heard somewhere that it's good to walk the ridges and stop and call every so often. But I've also been thinking that turkeys have to drink sometimes too, so why not try the valleys where there are streams. The other day I checked out a valley with a creek and I found some signs of the birds. I just don't know where the best place is to set up because this is like the first time I've ever really gotten into hunting turkeys. What do ya'll think?
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