First of all, welcome to the forum. I'm sure you'll enjoy your visits here. There are lots of great folks who will certainly try to be helpful, have great amount of knowledge and are willing to share it.
The question of how to get turkeys to come to your call is one that many of us have been asking since the time we began hunting. It seems that sometimes, almost anything will work and other times, nothing works. That's a part of this wonderful sport of hunting turkeys.
Frankly, for me it's all about the challenge. If it was too easy, I know I'd lose interest in it. It's just never knowing what is going to work that makes it so much fun. Patterning turkeys sure helps and you must hunt where the turkeys are but other than that, it's a constant challenge.
You'll get lots of good advice here and most will sure be worth trying. It has undoubtedly worked for those who provide it and may work for you...or it may not. The most important thing is just to go for it. More turkeys are lost from inactivity than from activity, in my experience. If you bump him, you bump him!
Best of luck to you and I hope you have a great spring season.
"If he's out of range, it just means that he has another day and so do you."