I've hunted turkeys all over the country on both public and private ground. There are some subtle differences in behavior from one subspecies to the next. Easterns and Osceolas seem more aggressive toward jake and strutter decoys on average. Merriam's and Rios seem to gobble more often, and they're willing to commit to calling from incredible distances. But I believe much of that behavior is dictated more by the terrain in which the turkeys live, and the phase of the season during which they're commonly hunted, than the turkeys themselves. At the end of the day, turkeys don't follow rulebooks. They're all vulnerable to the same tactics—and you can mess up on any of them with the same mistakes.