Should your roosted tom refuse to cooperate at first light, move and call--a lot. If the locator isn't producing, switch to your loudest turkey call. In windy conditions where it's hard to hear and be heard, I prefer a loud, raspy, oversize box call. Be stealthy but not slow. Keep moving and calling, covering as much ground as possible. Upon shocking a tom, sneak in close, set the fakes, and start talking sexy on your softer slate or diaphragm calls. The payoff for all the hiking you'll do is that these uneducated backcountry birds are apt to come running straight to the gun. If they don't, keep moving and calling. Roost another bird at sundown and repeat if necessary.