Turkey hunters, here is a tip I use.
When hunting turkey on the roost in the spring you should have decoys set up infront of you about 15 to 20 yards. Wait until you hear the turkeys and call to them.
While they are in there tree’s call softly with a mixture of soft yelps, puts and purrs.
When they fly down, do a fly down cackle if it happens to be in your favor call a little harder. If the gobbler gets fired up and you know for sure its coming, use a combination of excited yelping and cutting. If the gobbler calls back and is still interested stop calling and and be ready (sit still with the gun in the direction of the last gobbler and be quiet).
Be very patient; it will take a turkey anywhere from 3 minutes to 2 hours to get to you. If you start to doubt that the gobbler is coming in call a few more times. Just wait and you’ll be sure to get your shot.
Stay safe and happy hunting. I hope you find this useful.