If a turkey season is still open where you live — many are outside of the northeast: some through December; some into January and February as well down south — you, and another buddy or two (or five!), can set up on a ridge or behind cover not far from a roost, spread out, noting where each guy is sitting.
At daybreak, you can all make sporadic soft tree calling, so long as the birds can’t look down and see that turkeys aren’t there. You’ll be busted then.
Better yet, once those turkeys wing to the ground, it’s now time to turn on the calling. Kee-kees, kee-kee-runs, gobbler and hen yelps, clucks, purrs and even gobbles work to interest flocks. Use those calls. Most manufactured models offer at least basic instructions for making each vocalization.
Most mornings there’s a window of opportunity as the flock gathers together before moving off. Set up close enough to the roost in a travel zone, call frequently to seem like many birds, and one of you may have a turkey close enough for a shot. You can also call together during the day to possibly make contact with fall turkeys in your hunting area.
Spring gobbler season is months away. Why not give turkeys a try now? You or your buddies may be driving a Yamaha ATV or Side-by-Side out of there with a December holiday turkey in the back.