I have busted up a flock accidently and used fall tactics to call in and kill a gobbler. I would not do it intentionally because of my belief that the more pressure you place on a gobbler, the harder he is to kill in the future. I recall vividly walking around a curve and getting a good accidental bust up of three fine gobblers. I constructed a hide at the site of the scatter, waited one hour, made one call, my best interpretation of a gobbler yelp, and in five minutes I was standing over one of the fine gobblers. This was a relatively late afternoon hunt and I went back the next morning and took one of the remaining two.
Why be good when you can B-Mobile or Spin & Strut.