tb, that woodsmanship is a tricky thing to pin down. There is much debate about it, if we are talking about someones ability to go into the woods and be able to travel thru an area without unnecessarily disturbing it , observe the natural surroundings and recognize the signs of wildlife and how this may affect a hunt.... yes, that is important, but not as much of an essence as a necessity for a turkey hunter.
Now if you are talking about someone who is a poor caller but has a good knowledge of a spicific piece of land and thereby has a better chance of coming home with game than someone who is a good caller. In that area maybe so.... but spin them around 3 times...drop them in unknown woods and his advantage/essence is gone...that is if the advanced caller is an average "Wodsman" Now if you have an advanced caller that is a bumbeling fool in the woods... and a woodsman that can make some turkey rythem, the odds may swing back in his favor if the turkey is in the mood. There is no better or right or wrong ..... but a good caller can make a turkey do something (the turkey) may not want and that is what some guys really like about the hunt, the challenge of talking/convincing the bird to come to him.
TDH already mentioned it in one of these debates that if you put the 2 together.... you got a killer
"Old School Elitist"