RE: Now what?
Agreed with MM, Now the birds have really got a daily routine down. Sitting well travelled logging roads is a solid bet. I am not that patient generally and would rather walk the ridgelines until I get one to gobble (either way works). Generally, I use a turkey call as a locator also so when I make a call I try to be in a location where I can set up immediately. With the leaves on, not only is your vision cut down, but so is the range at which you will hear birds. That means, when you do hear one he is likely closer than you think. It also means he could be in your lap within seconds so get ready. I do agree that during late season I do not generally hear as many birds, but just like late mornings... when you hear one you have a real good shot at knocking him down. One big mistake I see a lot of guys make is that they move around too much in the later season. I guess they feel that since they can't see the bird due to the foliage, the bird shouldn't be able to see them. That is a bad assumption. I find birds in the heavy foliage to be even warier than earlier in the season when the woods are open, as any movement they pick up is considered a threat and they will beat feet out in a hurry.