I am new to turkey hunting. I have hunted everything there is to hunt around Winona. Last year a buddy and I decided we were going to go turkey hunting. We got up before sunrise and walked the ridges hitting an owl call before daylight. Then a crow call as soon as the sun was coming up. Is that the correct thing to do? As y'all already know Winona is full of ridges and valleys. What is the best way to approach the birds? Should you start hitting locaters at the tops of ridges or start at the bottom and figure out where to go from there. I know the first key to it is to get far away from everyone as possible. I am just not sure how all the tricks work (or supposed to work)? I am ready to take my first bird, and yes I understand the elousive booger could take me a decade to get. Just wanted to not start out turkey hunting the wrong way. During deer season I could have popped a ton of them. I know about being still and try not to over call the birds. I have 2 hen decoys. Should I put a strutting tom in the spread? I would really like to learn by going with someone but since I dont know anyone personally I guess I will learn on my own just like everything else. Your help is greatly appreciated!