It'll improve in time Goose . The amount of time spent in the woods in keen observation and intent listening will help in ways that you can't get on the internet .
You may drive roads just before sundown . Stopping here and there to listen for heavy wingbeats as they go up . Often mixed with limbs crashing as the big wings strike the limb.
Predawn should reveal their roosts too. Though they may not use the same tree day to day they generally return to the same general area . By learning the areas they prefer to roost in you learn where to be to hear them fly up in the evening . Being as quiet as possible getting in and out of their living room . If by chance you are out and turkeys fly up too close to you you'll need to wait until it is dark to slip out . I always carry a flashlight in the afternoon /evening just in case I get trapped by the turkeys . One time being forced to stay till dark without a light and you can find yourself having quite a long walk . I have done that ONCE . That's was enough for me .
If you haven't started a journal , I do recommend you should . Noting details of each outing . Whether you are scouting or hunting the information will be there to go back to to refresh your memory . Area maps also . Marking on maps things such as known roost areas ,,,,feeding areas ,,,,loafing and strutting areas ,,,dusting sites ,,,,fencelines ,,,benches on ridges and saddles as well , along with any other obvious landmarks .
Large tracts of hardwoods with scattered mature pines are places of interest for roost sites in my hunting areas . Check for feathers and droppings under such pines . But , turkeys being turkeys sometimes will roost in a oak right next to a stand of good pines .
Remember that nothing is a for sure thing with turkeys . We can only go on generalities . Right when we think we have one figured out he 'll do something completely the opposite . Their nature allows them to make fools of hunters OFTEN.