It has been a rough start to the season in western Mass. Birds are vocal on the roost but not talking much after sunup. Going to be rainy the next few days. I hunt a large ridge that borders an agricultural field. I know where there are toms roosted. Whereas I have seen a lot of turkeys in the field in previous years, I have only seen a lone hen so far. I believe the toms are going up the ridge with hens after flydown. As I said the next few days are going to be wet. Should I continue to try and get above the roosted birds before flydown (tried this once unsuccesfully). My other idea was to set up a blind in the field where they may enter. Figure witht the rain they might be out? Let me know any suggestions. Thanks.