First and foremost Jon, id like to say welcome to the forum! If you love to turkey hunt then you have seriously found a whole community of true turkey addics that will assist you in anyway possible. Now to the question, for me personally if i was you i would try to roost the birds if you can scout the area, if not then try looking on your satelite images and figuring out where you think they would be roosting. During the fall turkeys are all about flocking together and eating as im sure you know. If you can get em off the roost by using some yelps, kee kees, clucks, ECT.. then you should have some success. you can also try to find the flock feeding or doing whatever and bust em up, and call them back in using Kee kees and assembly calls. If you do the busting tactic, try to bust em in different directions and call to the bird that kinda flew away on his/her own since this will be the easiest one to call back. Other than that you can always find where the food is on that piece of land and set up an ambush there. Lastly if your going after gobblers then remember that during the fall season males are going to be sorting out the pecking order, if you can master a gobbler yelp then that would help your chances on a boss bird in the area. Personally i go after hens in the fall so i can save the toms til spring when theyre gobbling good, and by killing hens they wont be AS bad henned up in the spring. All in all man just scout if you can. If not then try to find em early or find where they eat and you could have success. Thanks for your question and good luck this fall!
There's more fun in hunting with the handicap of the bow than there is in hunting with the sureness of the gun.