In the near future (3 weeks before season) go to property , 1 1/2 before light, and just listen, he will gobble before light and fly down, he lets all the hens know where he is. Move to 100 yds or so from him, not too close, listen, turkeys will "tree talk" then they will fly down, he will have a spot where he will want to go, his strut zone, your best chance will be to get between him and his hens or strut zone, with out bumping him. Listen to hens, mimic their talk. If hes "hened up", his hen will leave him at mid morning, he will be looking for the next hen, second best shot at killing him. Just scout them now from a distance. Look for dust bowels, turkey scratching in leaves, his strut area will be somewhat open, there will be lines on ground from his wings dragging. If you figure out where they roost, where he wants to strut, you set up 30 yds in good cover, you will have a great chance. Go watch the Hunting Public guys on YouTube. You were smart getting a few tags , sometimes he will fly right down to you, other times you will have to stalk and ambush..just have fun..but try to call him in and enjoy his strutting, drumming and spitting, and then blow his head off..