Hey guys. I am planning on hunting some public land in Pulaski County, MO this year. I think it is Mark Twain land, but it is really really big and lots of hardwoods. Not really any open areas. I know there are alot of turkeys in there cause I saw them in the fall deer hunting, mostly crossing wheeler trails and such. I am having trouble scouting, what keys do you guys look for? I want to find where they roost but with all the huge oak trees everywhere the possibilities are endless. I think I'll try and get out there early tomorrow morning and listen for them, even though it will be pretty cold not sure they'll gobble but at least its an excuse to get into the woods. Anyway, I haven't been out there in the mornings yet, but in mid afternoons looking droppings, feathers whatever with no luck. I've tried the spots I saw them in the fall (even though I know they change location for different food sources), an area with alot of pines as a pose to oak, and a pipeline area thats been cut out. Any tips would be helpful... thanks guys.