Plan B: Get Moving
If you hunt large wooded areas, typical of public land, you're better off covering ground. (Wear fluorescent orange when moving if required.) Sneak along for 60 yards between calling stops. A series of yelps from a mouth call usually does the job, but sometimes cutting, cackling, or even a crow call will yield a better response. You can overrun toms if you move too fast. A tom might not respond to the first three or four calls it hears as you move closer, only to sound off when you're practically in shotgun range. When that happens, plop down against the nearest tree, because the gobbler often comes on the run. With any luck you'll be out of the woods in time for a late breakfast, or early lunch.