Possibly so . They do stay on the move , going from food to food , favorite roost to another favorite roost ,,,,and 'round and 'round.
It has been my observation that they be content on 85 acres for a week , then move out to another area , then return to the 85 in a few days or a week .
My fall scouting begins while I'm hunting the spring season , throughout the summer ,,,and then gets a mite more intense during September when squirrel season opens . I've found , at least for myself , that I see way more game while I'm actually hunting , than just poking 'round the woods . The hunt forces me to be more alert , quiet , and stealthy.
Noting in my ''TURKEY JOURNAL'' every detail of sightings and sign . Being able to remember to go back later and go through the journal is a big plus ,,,,which I fail to do too often .