Well, first let me say that everyone who is in this area of the Web site is probably thinking about spring turkey season. That's fine. But, when you get asked to write a story about fall turkey season during the spring, then you have to turn somewhere. So, I figure that there is bound to be a good fall turkey hunter among the members here. I am doing a story assessing the fall turkey season in Arkansas. I already have info from Widner @ AGFC. What I need now is the following: 1) how to hunt turkeys in the fall vs. the spring, 2) what actions, reactions are different in the birds according to season, 3) anything else you feel you can add to allow me to better understand fall turkey hunting. As for the springtime event, I have been one time in my life. I called at and got responses from gobblers in the morning and afternoon, but I never saw a bird. I've seen lots of them from a deer stand, but didn't want to go around the law with a rifle. Thanks for the input!