So I've gone out the last two years on conservation land without having much time to scout. As such, my success rate is as expected and I may be eating tag soup for the second year. I've got access to aerial maps and a general understanding of turkey from my 2 years of going out. Both years we have had to go in the woods to try to get close. This year was the closest we've come. We had a tom headed our way from approx. 150 yards. We'd call, he'd respond and was getting closer until 3 shots rang out. We sat 10 minutes and nothing else happened. Based on that, we were pretty sure our tom had bit the dust. So my question is this. If you only had access to aerial maps and zero time to scout or try to roost a tom, what would you do to maximize your chances?