The classic way to hunt spring gobblers is to find an area you believe a gobbler is living, sit down against a tree and start calling. Of course, to do that, you need to have a turkey call. And more likely, you need several turkey calls. There are many different types of turkey calls. The four most common types are box calls, push-button calls, slate (pot) calls and mouth (diaphragm) calls. Push-button calls are the easiest to use and can help a beginner have quick success. Box calls are also fairly easy to use and can make more different sounds than a push-button call. When used correctly, slate calls sound just like a hen turkey, but they take practice to perfect. Diaphragm calls are the most difficult to learn, but once you can use them correctly, they will greatly boost your turkey hunting success.